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Britain's Prince Harry announced last year that he would publish an autobiography, indicating that he would not dissect his life as a prince. The first draft of Harry's autobiography is reportedly ready, hoping to be published before Christmas. Outside concerns

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Britain's Prince Harry announced last year that he would publish an autobiography, indicating that he would not dissect his life as a prince. The first draft of Harry's autobiography is reportedly ready, hoping to be published before Christmas. Outside attention to how Harry portrays his relationship with various members of the royal family and racially discriminatory remarks in the book, and some royal experts have analyzed that Harry may explode his feud with his stepmother Camilla in the book.

Publisher Penguin Random House announced last year that Prince Harry would publish his autobiography this year, giving all proceeds from the sale to charity.

The Daily Mail said that ghostwriter JR Moehringer had written the first draft of his autobiography in recent weeks and passed all legal procedures.

Although the publication date has been delayed, Penguin Random House aims to publish Harry's autobiography before Thanksgiving or Christmas this year. Therefore, people can buy this book as a gift and rely on festivals to drive sales.

Harry is expected to talk about his memories of his deceased mother, Princess Diana, and his parents' divorce. Harry may also mention in his autobiography his views on members of the royal family, including his father, Prince Charles, his stepmother Camilla, and his brother, Prince Charles.

Harry, on the other hand, reportedly revealed to the Queen that his autobiography was about to be published and wanted to show his grandmother the nature of the book in a positive way.

A new book by Veteran British journalist Tom Bower, "Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors," says Harry will explode Camilla in the book.

Ball alleges that while Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, was pregnant with Archie, the couple believed Camilla had made racist remarks against Archie.

He quoted Harry as saying that someone had speculated about what his future child would look like, and Camilla had reportedly said, "Wouldn't it be fun if your little friend had curly red African hair in the future?" (Wouldn’t it be funny if your child had ginger Afro hair? )

Ball pointed out that Meghan identified Camilla as a racist, while Charles estimated that Harry would list Camilla in the book as the reason for their departure from Britain.

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