Prince Harry has been slammed as a "victim" of the "therapeutic era" which sees him "constantly talking about experiences", an expert has alleged.
The Duke of Sussex has been labelled as someone that needs to constantly "rake over the past", a comment which comes just a few months before his autobiography, Spare, releases.
Expert Tom Slater believes it is a "funny kind of private life" for Harry, whose frequency to speak out about his experiences sees him labelled as a "victim" of the "therapeutic era".
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Slater added that the Prince's comments are "not a very good look for the Royal Family".
Speaking to Sky News Australia, expert Slater said: "I don’t think that’s very good for him and it’s certainly not a very good look for the Royal Family which you’re constantly seeing these sorts of stories all over the coals.
"When the whole point of this was they were meant to move on and sort of carve out a private life.
"It’s a funny kind of private life when you’re constantly talking about your own experiences in the media and in your own ghost-written biographies."
With Spare set for a release on January 10 next year, the contents are as yet unknown, but may deal a heavy blow to the Royal Family.
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It would appear that The Firm are willing to give the Duke of Sussex a free pass on the contents of the book, though, Daily Star reported.
His comments within the memoir come with the knowledge that the "Royal Family won't attack him", according to one expert.
Expert Angela Levin believes Harry will be given a free pass for whatever he mentions within his upcoming memoir.
Said memoir has apparently been edited at the last minute, with an initial release date for the end of this year pushed back to early into 2023.
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