Following the announcement of Prince Harry's forthcoming tell-all memoir, rumours are going around that the Queen might very well cancel the Sussex's invitation to her Platinum Jubilee.
The queen in great pain
After the already explosive revelations that came out earlier this year accusing the royal family of racism during an interview with Oprah, ties could definitively be severed according to royal family insiders. One in particular explains that:
Her Majesty has been at great pains to try to keep her relationship with her grandson and his family separate from the decisions she needs to make professionally, so to speak. And the invitation for them to join her next year was a genuine one.
Although things have been very difficult, there was a small, but enduring hope that enough time would have elapsed for things to heal. But the feeling internally [now] is that this book will be the last straw.
It's emerged that Harry has been secretly working on it for some time and he has made clear that he and his ghostwriter, journalist and novelist J R Moehringer, will leave no stone unturned.
'The end of the road'
Royal sources have since the shocking announcement said that the Prince's decision to write a book was purposefully done to coincide with the Queen's historic Platinum Jubilee. Anger has been said to have been rising against the royal couple going as far being called 'deeply disrespectful.'
With the last straw now almost assuredly being eminent, another close insider said that the thought of seeing Prince Harry ever again in the same room as another member of the royal family is unlikely. He said:
The suggestion he could even be seen with his family again in the future is looking increasingly implausible. A lot of people suspect this is the end of the road. It doesn't matter what reassurances he tries to give his family about what will be in it. The Oprah interview proved how hollow those words can be