Harry and Meghan are secretly planning a year of reconciliation with the royals… but only after the memoirs

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are planning a year-long thaw in relations with the rest of the royal family – but not until Harry’s controversial memoirs are published and the couple’s much-anticipated Netflix series premieres, it was said.

Their plan to reconcile with their estranged relatives comes within weeks of the Queen’s state funeral, forcing Harry and Meghan to quickly return to battle royal for the first time since ‘Migst’ in early 2020.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had hoped to reconcile with the Queen next year, but were unable to do so. the sun mentioned.

It comes after PR and communications experts suggested the Sussexes were trying to seize the moment to dictate their own narrative – an apparent reference to the couple’s attack on podcasts, interviews, a Netflix series and Harry’s promised biography.

And reports emerged only last month that Harry had implored his publisher to change a surprising series of allegations in upcoming memoirs.

There are concerns that the final version “may not fit the audience” in the wake of the Queen’s death.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also said to be facing a “make or break” TV audition in the form of a flying-on-the-wall documentary for the broadcast giant.

The Sussexes were photographed side by side during a visit to South Africa in October 2019, one of their last trips as members of the royal family.

The Sussexes were photographed side by side during a visit to South Africa in October 2019, one of their last trips as members of the royal family.

A picture of the Prince and Princess of Wales at the Trademarket in Belfast on Thursday as part of a royal visit late last week

A picture of the Prince and Princess of Wales at the Trademarket in Belfast on Thursday as part of a royal visit late last week

‘This is about where they come from, what they’ve been through and where they are,’ a show insider told The Telegraph.

The couple's next Netflix series will be in flight mode on the wall

The couple’s next Netflix series will be in flight mode on the wall

“I think it will say a lot about the decisions they have to make and how they ended up here.”

When Harry was a student at Eton, he edited his own newspaper filled with facts about the royal family.

The newspaper added that he believes he will finally be able to “control the narrative” once again in the form of the TV series.

Meanwhile, the memoirs have been signed ready for an expected autumn release, but the Duke – who is writing the book as part of a nearly £40m deal – from three titles has allegedly asked for some significant alterations to be made.

“Harry threw a wrench in the works,” a source said. He is eager for improvements in light of the Queen’s death and funeral and the accession of his father Charles to the throne.

Harry has reportedly sought last-minute edits to his memoir, which Penguin will publish this fall

Harry has reportedly sought last-minute edits to his memoir, which Penguin will publish this fall

Publishing sources indicated that the Duke might have limited room to wave given that he had a seven-figure lead.  A picture of Charles and the late Queen Elizabeth II was taken in Edinburgh in late June last year

Publishing sources indicated that the Duke might have limited room to wave given that he had a seven-figure lead. A picture of Charles and the late Queen Elizabeth II was taken in Edinburgh in late June last year

There may be things in the book that might not look good if they were published soon after these events. He wants to change partitions now. It is not a complete rewrite by any means. He desperately wants to make changes. But it may be too late.

Publishers Penguin Random House had already called for a rewrite after the first draft was deemed “too sensitive” and focused too much on mental health issues, The Mail on Sunday revealed last month.

The development comes as another new book makes a series of explosive claims about Harry and his wife Meghan – although it is not clear if the Duke now plans to address any of these new claims in his memoirs, which he described as ‘accurate and complete’. ‘. “Honest” about his life.

No official release date has been announced, but US sources have indicated that publishers will want to roll it out in stores in time for Thanksgiving on November 24, in preparation for the lucrative Christmas market.

A truce seemed to hold when William invited his brother and sister-in-law to join him and his wife Kate on a tour of Windsor as an expression of 'unity for the Queen', but body language suggested the rift was far from healed.

A truce seemed to hold when William invited his brother and sister-in-law to join him and his wife Kate on a tour of Windsor as an expression of ‘Queen’s unity’, but body language suggested the rift was far from healed.

Harry and Meghan have also spent more time with the royal family since the Queen's death than at any time since Megxit more than two and a half years ago.

Harry and Meghan have also spent more time with the royal family since the Queen’s death than at any time since Megxit more than two and a half years ago.

In a statement announcing the global publishing deal, Penguin Random House called it an “intimate and honest memoir,” promising that “Prince Harry will present an honest and captivating portrait.”

The publishers added that the book will cover Harry’s life in the public eye from childhood to the present day, including his dedication to service, the military duty that led him twice to the front lines in Afghanistan, and the joy he found in existence. husband and father.

Harry and Meghan have also spent more time with the royal family since the Queen’s death than at any time since Megxit more than two and a half years ago.

They were in the UK for non-royal charitable events when Her Majesty passed away the day before they were due to return home in Montecito, California.

In the wake of his grandmother’s death, Harry made a shaky truce with his brother William – together they appeared on a tour of well-wishers in Windsor after the funeral.

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