Prince Harry could reveal which family member made 'racist remark' about Archie's skin colour in tell-all 'Mexit' memoirs

Prince Harry could reveal which family member made 'racist remark' about Archie's skin colour in tell-all 'Mexit' memoirs

PRINCE HARRY has penned an explosive tell-all memoir about he and his wife Meghan Marke's infamous exit from the British Royal Family.

The Duke of Sussex announced on Monday that he had a signed a $20 million deal with Penguin Random House for the rights to the book, which is set for release next year.

It's expected to feature in-depth insights into Harry and Meghan's lives over the past few years, but with a particular focus on their chaotic departure from royal life back in 2020, as well as the subsequent fallout.

Harry said of the release: "I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become".

Some insiders have claimed the memoirs could include the identity of the family member supposedly responsible for making a racist comment about Archie's skin colour.

During their interview with Oprah Winfrey back in March, the Sussexes smeared Harry's family with a number of damning accusations, many of which have either been proven false or are simply impossible to verify.

The major talking point to come from their chat was the vague racism accusation. Both Harry and Meghan refused to name the supposed culprit, but that could all change following the release of Harry's book, according to some sources.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Image: CBS

It's understood that both the Queen and Prince Charles were "blindsided" by news of the memoir, as Harry felt he didn't need their permission to have it published.

According to royal insiders, Harry's family are gearing up for more 'woe is me' introspective, and more excuses to justify quitting his royal duties.

Royal author Phil Dampier wrote in the Express: 'They will be in despair that Harry - doubtless prompted by Meghan - just won't leave it alone for a while. It is obvious that when Harry came over for the unveiling of Diana's statue earlier this month, no meaningful progress was made in his relationship with his father or brother. If he respected their opinion, he wouldn't do this book because they wouldn't approve of it.

"Harry wants to present himself as a mature family man who has learnt from his mistakes and become a wise old sage. But I fear many other people will see this as yet another moneymaking exercise at the expense of his blood family."