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Prince Harry set to 'dump book deal' after Queen's funeral 'to avoid costing family'

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Prince Harry may end up dropping his book deal after reuniting with the Royal Family for Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, claims royal photographer.On Saturday (September 17), the dad-of-two and his brother Prince William displayed a united front as they held a vigil for their beloved grandmother.But this isn’t the only time the pair have been spotted getting along since Her Majesty’s passing, after eagle-eyed royal fans noticed the pair appeared on better terms last weekend.READ MORE: Fern Britton makes veiled dig at Phillip Schofield and Holly after 'queue-jumping' fury The dynamic duo made a public appearance together just days after Her Royal Highness passed away when they were seen reading tributes with their wives Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton outside Buckingham Palace.

As fans desperately hope the bickering brothers will reunite following the late Queen’s death, royal photographer Ian Lloyd discussed whether Prince Harry should still release his memoir so close to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.

The photographer went on to claim that there are two sides to the Duke of Sussex, a “private Harry and a public Harry” in a recent interview on GB News.He told viewers: “It’s great he’s back with the family and I was wondering what he was going through his mind whether he thinks...“I mean there are two sides now completely, there is a private Harry and there is a public Harry.”TV host Stephen Dixon pointed out: “Private Harry doesn’t seem to be happy,” as Ian agreed: “I don’t think so”.He added: “It’s funny as we’ve got this autobiography coming up and Penguin has paid £17million for it.

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