• Prince Harry's tell-all book about the British royal family is set to be released soon
  • But now he wants to change some passages
  • What's the deal with that?

Prince Harry's (38) memoirs should come out later this year. People are eagerly awaiting the royal's tell-all book, in which he spills the beans about the palace. But the death of Queen Elizabeth II intervened with Harry's plans.

Prince Harry's memoir: 'A lot of money and energy was expended'

Sources say he is "desperately trying to make changes" to the book. A source told The Sun on Sunday that the publishers expected big sales beforehand - but expectations were not met.

"But the first draft they received was disappointing, as it was a bit too emotional and focused much more on mental health issues than they wanted to", says the statement. Finally, the final draft was completed and approved. "A lot of money and energy has gone into making sure it comes out this year," he adds.

Also Interesting:

Prince Harry Is Desperate: Is It Too Late To Make Changes In The Revelation Book?

However, the Queen's death is now causing chaos. Because of the spicy content, Prince Harry wants to tone down certain statements. "There may be things that may not look good coming out so soon after the Queen's death and his father becoming King," the insider adds.

Apparently, Harry now has scruples as: "He wants sections changed". Duchess Meghan's husband wanted "at all costs" to avoid printing the current draft of the book. "But it might be too late," the confidant explains. Because the book is to be published in about two months.