Prince Harry has a specific reason for publishing his memoir. But one expert predicts he will soon fail.

Prince Harry's spokesperson told Fox News that the Duke of Sussex is working on a personal and heartfelt memoir, months after his interview with Oprah Winfrey divided the royal family. J.R. Moehringer, the winner of the Pultizer Prize, is writing the book as a ghostwriter.

"I've worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story - the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned - I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think," he told an online tabloid.

The Duke of Sussex also wants to share it for one reason: to recover people's confidence and acceptance. However, one expert cautioned that it might not happen at all.

A formal royal assistant recently came out to support Prince Harry's memoir, warning that many people had already formed opinions on it. Despite the Megxit, the expert claimed that Prince Harry maintains tight ties with Queen Elizabeth II.

A Royal butler, Grant Harrold, claimed no one would change their minds and support Prince Harry after reading the memoir.

"I was on GB News the other day and I was trying to explain that because a lot of people, if I put up anything about Harry, they attack, and I said people have got to remember that at the end of the day, they are a family, blood is thicker than water," he told Express UK.

He went on to say that if people continued to abuse the royal prince, it would eventually reach the queen. He would undoubtedly mend relationships as a result of this.

For what it's worth, Prince Harry's popularity has already plummeted to its lowest point, with a decrease of 10 percent. According to a YouGov poll (via Forbes), his popularity is currently at 31 percent, with 44 percent of respondents saying they already hate him.

With that fall, the analyst noted that, unfortunately, Prince Harry's memoir may be a success, but people will not trust him again.

Prince Harry Visits Nottingham
[Representational image] NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 26: Prince Harry waves as he leaves Nottingham's new Central Police Station on October 26, 2016 in Nottingham, England. Joe Giddins - WPA Pool/Getty Images

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