Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will constantly be in the spotlight for the upcoming few months. The Duke and Duchess are finally going to unveil their story in the form of Harry’s memoir and their Netflix docuseries. The royal prince is coming up with his tell-all book titled Spare. In association with Penguin Random House, the memoir will be released on January 10 next year.
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Harry and Meghan have chosen the perfect date for the release of the explosive memoir. It was on the same day three years ago that the Sussexes announced their decision to go away from the royal family. Meanwhile, their Netflix docuseries will also be released somewhere in the next year. The show was initially scheduled to hit the screen in December 2022. However, following the criticism of The Crown Season 5, the American streaming platform postponed it. The docuseries and memoir are extremely crucial for the royal couple and thus they have been issued a strict warning.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need to get their story together
The hosts of Royally US, Christine Ross, and Christina Garibaldi believe that Harry and Meghan Markle must come up with a true story. The couple can not afford to show inconsistency, as it will label them as liars. They need to stick with one story and not change it as per their convenience and platform. Moreover, currently, there is a big microscope over the Sussexes, and their every word and move is being scrutinized.
“There’s a lot of conversations about consistency and stories. People are going to start either connecting the dots and everything’s going to be consistent or they’re going to start finding holes,” Christine Ross said as quoted by the Express.
Meanwhile, the co-host Christina Garibaldi also echoed the same sentiments as she believes that the coming months will be a make-or-break situation for the couple. The Sussex future potentially depends on how well the public receives their book and docuseries. “Definitely, I feel like this could be a make or break situation for the two of them depending on how well the public receives the book, how well people receive this Netflix documentary,” Garibaldi added.
Are you looking forward to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s memoir and docuseries?