Mystery surrounds Prince Harry’s memoir as the Sussexes part ways with the press secretary

A release date for Prince Harry’s memoir, “An Uplifting Story” about his “ups and downs,” remains uncertain as the Sussexes part ways with their press secretary

It is unknown when Harry will release his much-anticipated memoir

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations next month, it’s still unknown when Harry will release his much-anticipated “intimate and heartfelt memoir.”

The mystery surrounding the book, which has been described as an “inspirational, bold and uplifting story,” comes as the Sussexes are parting ways with their global press secretary, Toya Holness, who took on the role in March last year after leaving the couple’s PR team joined October 2020.

That said a spokeswoman for the publisher Penguin Random House The times it doesn’t have a release date yet and would not confirm if the book would be out later this year as planned.

Harry’s rep gave a similar response, and another source said there was “some uncertainty” about the book’s release date.

Discussing his memoir, Prince Harry previously said he would write “not as the prince I was born into, but as the man I have become”.

Penguin Random House announced last year that the Duke would be writing a memoir that is “tentatively scheduled for publication in late 2022.”

The 37-year-old is believed to have received a multimillion-pound advance on the books, with the “proceeds” set to go to charity.

The Sussexes have parted ways with Toya Holness



He was also rumored to be working with US ghostwriter JR Moehringer, who co-wrote Andre Agassi’s memoir.

It’s believed the postponed release date will come as a relief to the royal family, some of whom are no doubt concerned about the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The later-than-scheduled release also means focus won’t be diverted from the Queen’s platinum jubilee, and gives Harry a chance to write about the celebrations he’ll be attending with Meghan and their two children.

It’s the first time the Sussexes have spent time as a couple with the royals in over two years.

Speaking of his “accurate and utterly truthful” 2021 book, Harry said: “I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is to tell my story – the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned – I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.”

Harry and Meghan will attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations with their children


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The Sussexes’ other ventures include a Meghan-led series called Archetypes, which explores female stereotypes and is due to hit our screens this summer, and Harry’s Netflix documentary about the Invictus games.

The couple have a podcast deal with Spotify, although only one episode has taken place so far in 2020, while a planned animated series by Meghan named Pear, about a young girl who adventures inspired by influential women in history, has been canceled by Netflix.

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