Prince Harry recently announced that he plans to release a biography detailing the "ups and downs" of his life as British royalty. This, however, could be the final straw, according to some experts
The Duke of Sussex announced earlier this week that he will release a memoir next year in which he will give an "accurate and totally truthful" account of his 36 years of life.
A source close to the british royalty considered that the decision could imply a definitive break in the prince's ties with his family.
"Although things have been very difficult, there was a small but abiding hope that enough time had passed for things to heal. But the internal feeling is that this book will be the last straw," the source told The Daily Mail.
The insider added that a reunion of Harry with his family is becoming increasingly unlikely.
"The idea that he might even be seen with his family again in the future seems increasingly implausible. Many people suspect that this is the end of the road," added the source.
The release date of Harry's book has also been deemed disrespectful to Queen Elizabeth II. This is because in February next year, the monarch will celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of her reign.
In other words, the 70th anniversary of her arrival to the British throne will be commemorated.
Harry began writing his biography a year ago and expects to deliver the final manuscript by October. The rights to the work were sold to the publisher Penguin Random House and part of the proceeds, although how much is not specified, will be donated to charities.