Prince Harry and Meghan leave Westminster Hall, London after the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was brought to the hall
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It appears that Prince Harry's memoir, "Spare" could see him use his royal relatives as "collateral damage" in his search for closure. The highly-anticipated book will get its worldwide release on Jan. 10 next year. The book's publisher, Penguin Random House, has described the memoir as raw and unrelenting. Royal insiders have tagged the choice of title as confrontational and others say it would be another attack on the Royal Family.

In a report by Mirror, former royal correspondent Jennie Bond said she believed the book will not make for easy reading for the Firm because it will trample on people. She added that the book could mark a turning point in the Prince's bond with his family, quoting "I don’t think Harry’s a vindictive man and I don’t think he would hurt his family unnecessarily or willfully."

It is known that the connection between Harry and his father, King Charles, and his brother Prince William has been very rocky lately.

Recently, it has been mentioned that Harry reached out to his friends and ex-girlfriends over the summer asking them to communicate with his ghost-writer J.R. Moehringer, though most of them said no.

Most people were shocked when asked to talk about intimate aspects of Harry's life, Mirror reported. This is after being asked for years not to talk to the media. Insiders said that the prince would hit the roof if he even suspected they spoke to the media, but now he wanted them to speak to the press when he needed help.

Moreover, there are reports that Harry was asked to review some of the chapters in light of Queen Elizabeth II’s death. This was to make sure his stories aligned with their upcoming Netflix docuseries. Reports said that the publishers wanted more areas covered and more detail on some things that were already included.

Harry doesn’t have to deal with the possible fallout from his biography just yet as he and his wife, Meghan Markle, have their Netflix series first. It will be the test for the Royal Family as to how explosive the Sussexes' behind-the-scenes look at their lives will be, Yahoo! News reported.

Harry's comments came as new figures reveal that the number of new HIV diagnoses among heterosexuals is higher than for gay and bisexual men in England, a trend occurring for the first time in 10 years. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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