The Duke of Sussex, who is set to reveal all on his relationship with members of the royal family in an explosive $20 million memoir, will reportedly “go out of his way” not to damage the Queen’s reputation as its release later this year looms, according to royal editor Omid Scobie.

Meghan Markle's pal Scobie, who co-authored “Finding Freedom” with the Duchess of Sussex, further claimed on the “Royally Obsessed” podcast that the 37-year-old father of two “wants to celebrate her (the Queen’s) life and his relationship with her in that book.”

“Harry is going out of his way to make sure that there isn't material in there [the book] that can be seen as negative towards the Queen or her reign in any way whatsoever,” he said per the Daily Mail. “I think as much as the press want this to be a burn book and an attack on the institution, this is more just about his story.”

“I think for people expecting that warts and all moment, it's not going to happen. That said, it's still going to be fascinating,” he continued.

Previously, friends of Harry had warned that his no-holds-barred book will lay bare his true feelings towards the Duchess of Cornwall, who last week was confirmed as the future Queen Consort.

Details of Harry and William’s frosty relationship with their stepmother Camilla is likely to “shake the monarchy to its core,” sources said, per Marie Claire.

“Although tensions have eased between the two of them over the years, it was more for a show of unity than a close relationship,” friend also said of the brothers’ relationship.

The memoir comes more than two years following the controversial Megxit, during which the Sussexes officially announced their decision to "step back as 'senior' members" of the British royal family. The family has since moved to the U.S., currently living in his $14-million mansion in California.

In 2020, the Sussexes’ Archewell production firm inked a deal with Spotify, which will see them produce exclusive podcasts that “build community through shared experience, narratives, and values.” Two years later, Archewell Audio announced that a podcast would drop on the platform this summer, featuring Markle.

Variety then noted that earlier this year, Spotify’s podcast company Gimlet opened up job slots as it seek to hire a production team for a weekly podcast show with Archewell. The content would reportedly focus on high-profile women.

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Shortly after their royal exit in 2020, the Sussexes inked a multi-year podcast partnership with Spotify and have only released at least one podcast episode, a “holiday special” in December 2020. Bryan R. Smith/Getty Images

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