Prince William has been secretly writing a memoir that will surely leave the royal family shaking.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex has been working on the book with a ghostwriter for the past year amid his family feud, reports Page Six.
The memoir has allegedly already been sold to Penguin Random House, with a first draft already being ready to turn in.
Harry's ghostwriter is rumored to be powerhouse J. R. Moehringer, whose impressive career includes pro-tennis star Andre Agassi's memoir and capturing Nike founder Phil Knight's life story.
Moehringer's own autobiography was so moving that Academy Award winner George Clooney is turning it into a movie.
Page Six has seen the blurb for the book.
“In an intimate and heartfelt memoir from one of the most fascinating and influential global figures of our time, Prince Harry will share, for the very first time, the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him," it reportedly reads.
The memoir will cover several years of his life, including covering topics like “his lifetime in the public eye from childhood to the present day, including his dedication to service, the military duty that twice took him to the frontlines of Afghanistan, and the joy he has found in being a husband and father."
While his marriage to Meghan Markle will most likely be in the book, it's unclear if Harry's tension with his dad, Charles, and brother, William, will be a topic of conversation.
Harry's book promises to captivate "an honest and captivating personal portrait" of the Duke.
According to the outlet, the release date for Harry's memoir is scheduled for late 2022 and will also be turned into an audiobook.
While the manuscript was first reportedly due in August, Page Six's source claims the date has been pushed until October.
The past several months have no doubt been hectic for Harry.
In April, he traveled back to the UK for his grandfather Prince Philip's funeral. Harry and Meghan welcomed their second child -- daughter, Lilibet Diana, in June.
Weeks following her birth, Harry went back to London for a second time to unveil Princess Diana's statue on what would have been her 60th birthday.
Radar has reached out to Penguin Random House for comment.