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Princess Eugenie has been warned if she gets involved with Prince Harry's book and it receives backlash, she may have to duck out of the public eye.
A royal commentator has said she may have to 'live in exile' if the memoirs are perceiving as offensive.
The Duke of Sussex's memoirs are said to be the first instalment of a four-part series, released by Penguin Randon House.
As an independent royal after stepping down as a senior member of The Firm last year with wife Meghan Markle, Harry's book is unlikely to be screened by other members of the Royal Family ahead of its release.
The book, set to be released next year, is said to be hanging over his family like "the sword of Damocles", a royal expert has claimed.
The term is an illusion to the threat of ever-present or imminent peril, affecting those in positions of power, writes The Express.
The highly-anticipated book could result in backlash for the Princess, according to Duncan Larcombe, a former royal editor.
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He told True Royalty TV's Royal Beat he hopes any backlash doesn't affect Eugenie's relationship with other members of the Royal Family.
He told Kate Thornton: “'I always laugh, if [Princess] Eugenie is helping with the book, let's just hope for her sake that does not mean that she too does not have to live in exile when the rest of the Royal Family are all offended”.
He hinted the contents could be controversial and Eugenie 'flirting' with danger if does get involved with the publication.
Russel Myers, The Mirror's Royal Editor, told Pod Save the Queen Podcast: "Nobody is going to come off unscathed here. Maybe this is some sort of therapy for Harry where he can unburden himself, but nobody in the Royal Family is going to come off unscathed”.
The Duke of Sussex announced the book earlier this month, with reports it'll be a "definitive account" of his "experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons."
Harry said during the announcement: "I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become.
"I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story – the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned – I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think."
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- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Princess Eugenie
- Royal Family
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