The hotly-anticipated tell-all memoir of Prince Harry that is said to be released this year may have been delayed after it did not appear on the Fall line-up of its publisher on Sunday, as Prince William and the Royal Family prepare for the fallout after its release.

Prince Harry’s memoir, a book that promises to speak about the experience that he and Meghan had during their time as working royals for the British Royal Family, did not appear in publisher Penguin Random House’s Fall line-up of releases, putting into question whether it will be coming out this year at all, according to Marie Claire.

Some have pointed out that the publicity for the book should’ve started by now if it was to be released later this year, and it may speak to a delay from Harry and the publishers regarding its upcoming release.

“If this book’s coming out this year as originally planned it should be in the publisher’s marketing and promotional list — unless they’re planning a surprise or there’s been a delay…Its omission has raised lots of eyebrows in royal circles,” an insider said.

A potential reason for its lack of a release date may be the rumor that Harry asked the publishers to delay it to next year out of respect for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. However, neither Harry nor the publishers have commented on its omission from the release slate.

Meanwhile, Harry’s brother Prince William appears to be preparing for the “fight of their lives” and potential backlash related to the release of Harry’s memoir, as Kensington Palace’s new hires raise some eyebrows from many royal analysts around the world, Express UK reported.

“Right now there are changes going on behind the scenes personnel-wise at the Kensington Palace office of William and wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge which point to one conclusion: They are preparing, quietly, for the fight of their lives,” Daniela Esner, a royal commentator, said.

Among the new hires is former Vice President of Global Communications for NBC Lee Thompson, which suggests that William and Kate may be preparing for a response against the stories that Harry might tell in his memoir.

The memoir is so feared in the royal circles that, Esner said, there are “loins back in London [...] girding right about now,” as they are afraid of “a p***ed off prince who seems to enjoy score-settling.”

Prince Harry's memoir, which is said to be released this year, appears to be delayed after it did not appear on his publisher's slated releases for Fall 2022; meanwhile, Prince William appears to be preparing for backlash related to Harry's memoir. DOMINIC LIPINSKI/Getty Images.

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