King Charles is reportedly "filled with horror" at the prospect of Meghan Markle writing a personal memoir detailing her time as a working royal, according to royal author Tom Quinn. The potential book, which could include contributions from Prince Harry, is said to be a means for the Duchess of Sussex to boost her new online business venture, America Riviera Orchard, and generate significant income.

Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Quinn claimed that Meghan is "acutely aware" that such a book would not only sell millions of copies but also drive traffic to her new online business. The author's comments come in the wake of Prince Harry's recent visit to the UK for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, during which he did not meet with his father or brother, Prince William.

The royal commentator believes that the possibility of another bombshell memoir from the Sussexes could further deepen the rift between King Charles and his estranged son. "With all this hanging over his head, Charles is not in a forgiving mood," Quinn stated. He added that if Harry were to apologize and promise to refrain from making more embarrassing revelations, the situation might be different. However, the author claims that "Harry is in no mood to apologise - like his wife, he still believes that all the apologies need to come from his family."

The tension between the royal family and the Sussexes has been palpable since Harry and Meghan stepped back from their roles as senior royals in 2020. The publication of Harry's memoir, Spare, in January 2023, which contained numerous revelations about his life as a royal, further strained the relationship. According to Quinn, Harry stated that he had enough material for two books, suggesting that there could be more revelations to come.

During his recent trip to the UK, Harry was seen hugging his late mother Princess Diana's siblings, Earl Spencer and Lady Jane Fellowes, at the Invictus Games service held at St Paul's Cathedral in London. However, no senior royals attended the ceremony, while King Charles met guests at the first Buckingham Palace garden party of the year just a few miles away.

Initially, it was believed that Harry and Charles would meet during the Duke's visit, but this did not happen due to the King's "full programme," according to a statement from Harry's spokesman. The statement, however, hinted at a possible future meet-up, stating that "The Duke of course is understanding of his father's diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon."

Following Harry's short trip to England, the Sussexes travelled to Nigeria together for talks about the Invictus Games, visiting local charities, attending a fundraiser for Nigeria's wounded soldiers, and being hosted at the Lagos State Government House.