Harry critic claims he wants Lilibet’s christening in Windsor ‘to promote book’

Prince Harry may use the baptism of his daughter Lilibet at Windsor as an opportunity to promote his memoirs, a royal biographer and fierce critic of the Duke claims.

The Sussexes are reportedly keen on their second child having the ceremony back in the UK in front of the Queen.

Harry and Meghan have been critical of the Royal Family in several interviews with the US media since moving to California last year.

The latest shock for the Firm was the sudden announcement yesterday (July 19) that Harry was putting together his memoirs which is due to be released next year.

Angela Levin spent over a year with Harry writing his biography but has since repeatedly criticised him following his decision to step back as a senior royal.

She has now cynically claimed that Harry’s bid to have Lilibet baptised in the UK could simply be to boost sales for his new memoir.

"I have a more negative view because I spent a lot of time with him in the year and a bit I was with him for his biography and I see a very different man," she said on Good Morning Britain.

"It’s not based on just trying to be nasty. I fear he has turned a corner and … he has changed such a lot. I worry too that he will try and come for the Queen’s celebrations in the summer and also get his daughter to come to Windsor to be baptised because it will help promote the book.

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"I’ve become very cynical about his aims and what he is trying to do now. I think he is giving us shock after shock and I think he is probably enjoying it.

"It is up to him if he wants to be like this but he can’t hang on to his royal titles and want certain things from the Royal Family and then give really very little in return or that he can feel very open and feel he can wash all their dirty linen in public."

In a statement announcing the news, Harry said: “I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become.”

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