Prince Harry branded greedy and shallow by GB News Alex Phillips after book deal

Prince Harry memoir ‘will be very explosive’ says commentator

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Prince Harry announced earlier this week he is set to release a book, detailing his 36-year-life. However, the news has angered many Brits who have hit out at the former senior royal branding him “greedy”.

We all know The Duke of Montecito has zero talent and would be lucky to scrape by in the real world.

Alex Phillips

The Duke of Sussex says his memoir will be “accurate and wholly truthful” as part of his deal with publishing firm Penguin Random House contract which is worth an estimated £29 million.

Penguin Random House said for the “very first time” Harry will put on record the “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him”.

In a statement released on Monday Harry explained: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become.

“I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”

However, it has since been reported that Harry is planning to release four books which he denies, including one after the death of his grandmother, Her Majesty The Queen.

Since the claims, a spokesperson for California based Harry said that despite “false media reports”, there would only be one book.

Following the denied reports GB News anchor Alex Phillips has taken to social media to criticise The Duke of Sussex.

In view of her 42,600 Twitter followers, she said: “Greedy, exploitative, shallow.

“We all know The Duke of Montecito has zero talent and would be lucky to scrape by in the real world.”

Alex continued: “But he was born into THE most privileged family.

“A family he wants to squeeze every last dollar out of.”

Her post raked in over 300 likes and was soon flooded with replies from her fans who appeared to be disgruntled by the Duke’s news.

“He’s actually conducted a commercial negotiation for this and used the sadly inevitable death of his grandmother as leverage. Absolutely disgraceful. How misguided can this man get?” said one follower.

While a second penned: “The couple must hold the record for most interviews given by a couple who say all they want is their privacy and to be left alone.”

“Good morning Alex, totally agree with you,” wrote a third.

Before a fourth responded: “Spot on again @ThatAlexWoman.”

However, Harry’s memoir, his latest media venture, is not so much his own work as someone else’s entirely, according to royal historian, Dr Edward Owens.

Despite Harry saying that “he is writing” about his own life, Dr Owens told he thinks the book will be ghost-written.

“This is almost certainly going to be a ghost-written memoir,” said the former lecturer at the University of Lincoln and author of, ‘The Family Firm’.

“Is it Harry in his own words? No, it’s Harry in someone else’s words, who they’ve employed to come and write this memoir,” he added.

The memoir could mark the latest bombshell the Sussexes have dropped on Buckingham Palace since their explosive interview with American A-list chat show host, Oprah Winfrey, broadcast on CBS in March. 

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