Prince Harry Shock: Meghan Markle's Husband Warned About Memoir, Could Be A 'Bad Idea For His Career'

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Prince Harry will be releasing his memoir this year. However, there are concerns if he still has something fresh to offer to his fans, knowing that he has already shared everything about him.

Prince Harry Warned About Upcoming Memoir

Body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas weighed in on Prince Harry's upcoming memoir. For him, it could "backfire" and cause more tension between him and the royal family. He also believed that his tome could turn out to be "such a bad idea for his career," amid his attempts to establish himself away from the monarchy.


The Body Language Guy also expressed some concerns about the content. He also warned Prince Harry from discussing his mental health because his fans already knew about it.

"If he mentions mental health again, and you can bet that he will, he's going to hit a wall," he said on his YouTube channel per Express.

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"If you're a celebrity and you write a memoir, it's to capitalize on the fact you have fans that want to know something new about you. Something secret, something you have been struggling with for years," he added.

According to Rosas, the duke has a "not-so-small problem." His life has been documented since he was a child, so most of his life is already an open book. He noted that "Both official and unofficial sources have left very little to the imagination."

"Harry himself has left very little to the imagination," he added. "So the only thing we have left is the topic of mental health Harry has been mentioning over and over again for years."

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Prince Harry 'Doesn't Have Too Much More To Tell'

Meghan Markle's estranged father, Thomas Markle Sr., also weighed in on his son-in-law's upcoming memoir. For him, there is nothing new to expect after he did his bombshell interview and documentary with Oprah Winfrey.

"Harry doesn’t have too much more to tell," the former lighting director said in an interview exclusively obtained by Fox News. "After three sessions with the psychiatrists and Oprah Winfrey, I don’t know what more is there to tell."

Stay tuned for more news and updates about the royal family.

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