Prince Harry seems to be impressed with his wife Meghan Markle’s public relations technique, as he is contemplating using a popular TV show’s platform to reach a huge number of people in order to promote his narrative.
The Duke of Sussex may be considering a career move into presenting, as it has been reported that he is considering hosting The Late Late Show to “sell his book.”
Royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that Meghan Markle’s hubby is looking to take over from his ‘good chum’ James Corden to help sell his upcoming memoir.
The expert said:
“When you think about it does make perfect sense simply because they’re good chums and, of course, it would be a great way for Prince Harry to sell that book directly to the American public. They could film some sort of skits and jokes, the type of thing that happens on these late-night shows.”
“Now a lot of people may skip and say, ‘oh, this won’t happen’. Let’s not forget he does have to do something to sell the book.”
He went on to claim:
“It can’t be all serious, they need to be able to show a fun side and as ever we have to say allegedly at this stage it’s very early days but this has happened.”
The father-of-two has already announced that his upcoming memoir would be released in 2022, the same year as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
According to Harry, his book will be “accurate and wholly truthful” and will focus on his “experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons”.
It’s worth noting that Prince Harry mentioned during his first appearance on James Corden’s programme in February 2021 that his grandmother gave Archie a waffle maker for Christmas.