See, that's just it. The media is insisting that the courtiers and The Firm are in a lather over what Harry might say but I just don't think that's true. So far, every non-truth has been effectively countered quickly, effectively and without rancor. I'm with Wellington and would welcome the opportunity to have the Sussexes' tale of woe aired so it can be over and done with once and for all. Or at least until the next book.
As for the second book, I don't think Harry really has anything to say. Once the queen is gone he'll be up against decades of goodwill and respect for the monarchy and the queen in particular. Anything he says will look even pettier when measured against her life of service. And for him to wait until she's gone to shiv her in the kidneys? His own grandmother? There will be a huge backlash, more than he can anticipate. I think that this book might have been a bargaining chip used against Charles or William, but not the queen. She's seen it all and knows a gnat when she sees one. She has a few cards yet to play.
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