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Prince Harry ‘contacted his exes after being asked to “sex up” memoir’

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Prince Harry has reportedly been asked to rewrite parts of his memoir and ‘have sex’ after the publisher rejected his first draft for being too ‘touching’ (Picture: Getty)

Prince Harry is facing rumors that his upcoming memoir has been ‘sexed’ behind the scenes by editors, who have told him to rewrite large parts of the book to include more salacious royal secrets.

The long-awaited book – titled ‘Spare’ – was originally due out in time for Christmas, but was pushed back to January 10 following the Queen’s death.

Although publisher Penguin Random House declined to comment, it is believed they used the delay to request a number of changes, including additional information relating to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral and a reduction in the focus. to mental health.

The Sun reports that Harry also reached out to friends and former girlfriends and begged them to speak to his ghostwriter JR Moehringer.

A source told the newspaper: ‘[The publishers] wanted more than what was in the first draft, and then Harry wanted to refine things after the queen died.

“But there have been additional back and forths that people don’t know about. This is because the publishers wanted more areas covered and more detail on certain things that were already included.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 07: Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry attend We Day UK, a charity event to bring young people together at Wembley Arena on March 7, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Prince Harry has reportedly reached out to ex-partners and asked them about his upcoming memoir (Picture: WireImage)

FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in this undated photo.  Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese/Handout via REUTERS/File Photo

The Royal Family are said to be terrified the book could reopen allegations of racism that came to light during Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview (Picture: Reuters)

“There is a real concern that this means Harry has had to gender the book and include revelations that even he might not be so comfortable with.”

Harry has previously called the book a “truthful and entirely accurate” portrait of his life – the prospect of which has sent shockwaves through the royal establishment.

Insiders fear the ‘nuclear’ memoir, said to be ‘critical of everyone and everything’, could rekindle previous rows over racism within the royal family and their treatment of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana.

Other incidents the royals will be scared of are a re-examination of Harry and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, in which the Sussexes claimed a family member asked what the color of skin of their son Archie.

Despite recent revelations providing more than enough juicy gossip to fill the 416-page manuscript, Harry’s former girlfriends were shocked when he allegedly contacted them earlier this year and asked them to spill the wick to his writer. phantom.

While it’s unclear which of his ex-girlfriends Harry contacted, The Sun reports that at least one sent him packing after he was stunned he would ask them to reveal intimate details of their relationship.

A source added: “It was quite ironic that Harry would hit the roof if he ever had a clue they were talking to the media, but now he wants to when he needs their help.”

Harry signed a deal with Penguin Random House worth £35million for the book, with £17.5million being paid upfront and the remainder to be paid on delivery of a “manuscript acceptable” – which would have been “too delicate” the first. Disorganized.

Elsewhere this week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they had ‘no plans’ to spend Christmas with Prince William and King Charles this year as relations between the warring factions would be at ‘bottom “.

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