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Coleen Nolan has revealed she fears Prince Harry’s plans to release a memoir are 'too soon' for The Queen.
The Loose Women panellist was discussing with Kaye Adams, Brenda Edwards and Janet Street-Porter whether they would be reading the book.
The Duke of Sussex has been confirmed to be releasing a memoir through Penguin Random House about his life experiences.
Despite affirming that she was “nosey” and keen to read Prince Harry ’s memoir, Coleen noted that if she was a relative she would have concerns about the release.
Coleen confirmed: “If I was a friend or a relative, I’ve got to be honest, I’d say ‘Not now, Harry, not now’”.
Loose Women's Coleen Nolan revealed she fears the Queen will be hurt because of the upcoming memoir from Prince Harry
She added: “Wait. I think it’s too soon with everything else that’s gone on. I don’t think he should be thinking about things with his grandmother The Queen being the age she is and being hurt by so many things recently that have been said and done and his Dad and Camilla…
“I just think that he is gonna open a massive can of worms that may not ever be able to be fixed.”
However, her co-star Brenda Edwards responded: “The worm is already out, so might as well put the icing on the cake and just tell all.”
Brenda added that she also would be reading the book but noted that it would be “marmite” and is “not going to please everybody”.
Coleen Nolan was discussing the memoir with Kaye Adams (left), Janet Street-Porter (second from right) and Brenda Edwards (far right)
She also noted that there might necessarily ever be a good time to release the memoir.
Yet panellist Janet Street-Porter disagreed and opined: “The best time might be when his father [Charles, Prince of Wales] is no longer around.”
Janet then revealed how she had written her memoirs but did not wish to address her feelings about her parents.
Yet, Janet noted: “Harry will benefit from writing everything down…he won’t stop telling us his dealings at the moment.”
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex is set to release a memoir next year
However, Kaye questioned where the line was between Prince Harry telling his truth and “airing dirty laundry”, but Brenda noted he was just describing his experience.
“I think he should just think about when he releases it,” noted Coleen.
“I just think about the Queen and I just don’t want her to be hurt at this stage in her life anymore.”
*Loose Women airs on weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV and ITV Hub with previous episodes available on ITV Hub.