PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are set to launch more personal attacks on the Royal Family, an expert has warned.
Royal biographer Angela Levin says the Duke of Sussex is likely to "go through every single grievance" in his new memoir, with Meghan having an influence.
A new epilogue in Finding Freedom yesterday hinted that Meghan, 40, and Harry, 36, would open up more about their "journey towards healing family relations" in the future.
And Angela Levin says they could do so through Harry's tell-all memoir, due for release in the year of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
"I'm sure (more personal attacks will come)," Ms Levin told The Sun Online.
"I was told (the memoir) was going to be a lot about Diana’s death and who he blames for it – which is obviously going to be Prince Charles and perhaps Camilla as well.
"Even if it isn’t, he seems to want to continue to bash his father because he knows 1.) he won’t speak out, and 2.) he is much more sensitive than people realise."
Harry announced an unprecedented publishing deal for his tell-all memoir in July, with its publisher calling it an “honest” and “intimate” autobiography.
On whether he will mention his brother in the book, Ms Levin said: "If you’ve got lots of grievances and you want to get rid of them, you could think of hundreds of things to complain about your older brother.
"When he punched you, when he tripped you, when he took the football away – I think it could go down to that level.
"Sometimes they just didn’t listen to him and he didn’t feel he was worth much. He can explore that kind of thing and more."
It comes after a new epilogue in Finding Freedom yesterday hinted that Meghan and Harry could open up more about their "journey towards healing family relations" in future.
Author Omid Scobie, who penned the book with Carolyn Durand, writes: "Now I think that when and if we hear more of their journey towards healing these family relations and the issues that they've faced, it's going to be from them themselves."
The author and journalist also previously confirmed the pair will return to public life after "keeping toxicity away".
"They're a couple who do very well in those moments of human interaction. They need to be on the ground," he told PEOPLE.
"They say that the proof is in the pudding, and what we are about to see is that pudding.
"They seem to be existing in a different place, and that place is much healthier.
"Meghan famously spoke about that it was not enough to survive — we are now in the thrive chapter."
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