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Royal expert Neil Sean has told his YouTube channel that with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations alongside the launch of Prince Harry’s memoir, the Duke of Sussex is going to ‘have to get busy’ and ‘do something’ to get his book off the shelves and into the hands of fans.

It comes as the Duke of Sussex is due to publish an intimate memoir of his life in 2022.

He has sworn the book will be “accurate and entirely truthful” and will share the “definitive account” of his “experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons”.

But ahead of the book’s release, scheduled for late 2022, Mr Sean said publishers Penguin Random House would likely expect “a lot of media attention” to promote the memoir.

As a result, Mr Sean speculated that a number of options could be available to the prince to stimulate interest in his book, including television appearances.

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One option that may be available to Prince Harry, according to the royal expert, would be to appear “for one night only” on James Corden’s “Late, Late Show” as a guest presenter.

Mr Sean suggested that such an appearance “would be a great way to sell this book” to American fans.

He also claimed it would “make perfect sense” given Prince Harry’s previous appearance on the show where the couple traveled around Los Angeles in an open-top bus.

Mr Sean highlighted how the concept of guest presenters is not uncommon, with Niall Horan of boy band One Direction co-hosting the show alongside Mr Corden in 2020, which has been well received by viewers. fans.

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In an interview earlier this year, Prince Harry said he was “excited for people to read a first-hand account of my life”.

He is said to have been working on the memoir for nearly a year and he will touch on areas of his life that he wants to re-address to the public.

The Duke of Sussex will team up with ghostwriter JR Moehringer to write the book and says the proceeds will be donated to charity.

The prince added that he was ‘excited for people to read a first-hand account of my life’.

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