Prince Harry is expected to ask Princess Eugenie for help with his explosive £14 million memoir that’s set to drop truth bombs on the Royal Family.
The book, created with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J R Moehringer, 56, is expected to be released next year.
Eugenie, 31, who knew Meghan Markle after working in New York and introduced her to Harry, is believed to be in regular communication with the Duke of Sussex, 36.
A source told a newspaper out that they could only imagine Eugenie talking or being approached as she’s someone Harry is still in constant contact with.
Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank, 35, is also a close friend of the Duchess of Sussex and the couple were given Harry and Meghan’s former UK home, Frogmore Cottage.
Prince Harry is believed to have rubbed members of the Royal Family the wrong way by questioning them about their recollections of his mother Princess Diana before announcing he was writing the biography.
Buckingham Palace refused to comment.
It comes after it was announced that the book deal consists of four books and the second will only be released once the Queen dies.
The deal will see the biography released next year, when it’s the Queen’s platinum jubilee, with the second book to be held back until after her death.
Harry’s wife Meghan is to write a wellness guide as part of the deal with Penguin Random House. The subject and author of the fourth title is unknown.
Sources said that two publishers flew out from London to see him and others took part in the auction by video call, and an impeccably placed source in the publishing industry said that he conducted negotiations and that he had a very take or leave it approach.
They said that his opening price was $25 million (£18 million) and that the final figure was way north of that, probably as much as $35-40 million (£25-29 million), and that those involved were extremely shocked by his approach, which was to look at them coldly and state his demands, $25 million.
And that in Britain, publishing is still a somewhat refined business. That it has high stakes but is still handled in very courteous terms.
The source continued that the final contract was actually for a four-book deal, with Harry writing one when his granny dies.
Meghan will write a wellness type book and people are uncertain what the fourth will be, but what’s most surprising is Harry’s suggestion that the second book won’t be published until the Queen is no longer here.
And if Eugenie gives Harry help with the book, then she’ll probably be toast within the royal circles, but on the other hand, perhaps she won’t be because they all seem to be a pack of bigots and before they floated off to the US, why were they not asked to sign non-disclosure agreements just like all other staff members? Because of course, they were working members of the Royal Family, and if Eugenie is being consulted about the book, then this isn’t a first-hand account of Harry’s life.
One has to assume that Kate and Camilla are nervous as Eugenie helps Meghan and Harry pull back the dark veil of injustice that has plagued the House of Sussex since they were relegated to a dusty old cottage in a ramshackle pocket of rural England.
Eugenie is of course, loyal to her father, and perhaps the Yorks are resentful, bitter and soured that Prince Charles wants to slim down the monarchy, and perhaps that’s why they’ve thrown their lot in with the Sussex twosome.