Kinsey Schofield is an Los Angeles-based entertainment reporter and the founder of To Di For Daily, a site that offers a pop-culture perspective of the royal family. First of all, Schofield admits that Prince Harry’s decision to release a memoir serves as quite the contradiction to his usual decisions, as he almost always prioritizes his privacy and that of his family above all else — but that’s why this decision must be a significant one that he put a lot of thought into. Schofield believes Prince Harry’s team wants him to establish himself as a leader that is “in the same league as self-made billionaires and former presidents.”
She adds, “The publication of this book will help launch him into that club. He needs to stop fixating on the past and utilize this platform to promote change through positive actions. This will move him towards the public speaking and motivational circuit, which is a multi-million dollar industry.”
Schofield says there are rumors that certain members of the royal family are unhappy with the prospect of Harry’s memoir, but that the duke sees it as a “necessary evil.” But many experts believe the family has nothing to worry about, and that the prince will address his narrative respectively and peacefully. Indeed, as sources told Page Six, the memoir is not meant to serve as a “f*** you” to the royal family.