"I am told tonight that Harry is insisting that his book is published in November," Meghan Markle biographer Tom Bower revealed in a Tuesday, September 13, interview. "Apparently the publishers are not too certain, but he says if they don't publish it will be a breach of contract. That's what I'm told."
"It's extraordinary. But on the other hand it fits the bill, because Harry and Meghan's finances depend entirely on the book and on Netflix," Bower noted. "And also, I think they are convinced they're in the right and they want to get their own back."
However, despite these claims, Penguin Random House made clear that all of the proceeds from Prince Harry's tell-all will go to charity rather than his own pockets.
Meanwhile, an insider countered the update, telling the outlet, "Harry’s book will be delayed."
“They don’t want the book to be out of date before it’s even published,” a source close to the royal claimed. “It will also give Harry a chance to reflect on his thoughts about his father. Charles is now the King, and the person to determine if his children will be HRH.”
The father-of-two signed the $20 million book deal in 2021, though there's sure to be pushback from members of his family. “Any statements or claim that is deemed to be misleading or false will no longer be met with silence,” the insider said of the potential contents of the memoir.