Many things, actually. But what confuses me is why anyone is on edge or worried about what Harry might have to say in his memoir. Both Sussexes have been discredited as relentless whingers whose accusations have already been proved untrue, or at least unbelievable by fans of rational thought. Their own words and actions have shown them to be cruel, vindictive and petty. Just because Harry is getting a lot of money to "write" the book doesn't mean it will be worth reading or even truthful.
From what I've gathered, the big worry is that he'll ruin Charles' reputation and put his eventual reign in jeopardy. Just what is it people think Charles had done that will suddenly be revealed? What new sin will be revealed?
As for the book that will be published after the queen's death, I think that is a bargaining chip. Harry will let the anticipation build up and then offer not to have it published in exchange for ..... something. I don't know what. Apparently though, The Firm has so far passed on any negotiations regarding suppressing said book. If that book is published and it seriously disparages the royal family, Charles will have to act. One of his first acts as king may be to have the Sussex titles removed and held in abeyance for Archie and Lili. Not sure how that will work out, but Harry will fare better dealing with a disappointed and dithering Charles than an incandescent William.
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