Dish from Harry, one of their own, could fuel royal change


              FILE - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, with Prince Harry and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, waves to her eldest grandson Peter Phillips and wife Autumn Kelly as they leave St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England, after their marriage ceremony, May 17, 2008.  Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. (AP Photo/Ian McIlgorm, Pool, File)
            
              FILE - Britain's Prince Charles, center, gestures as he sits next to his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and his son Prince Harry during the opening ceremony for the Invictus Games, which showcases the sporting achievements by wounded and disabled servicemen from 13 countries, at the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park in London, Sept. 10, 2014. Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, Pool, File)
            
              FILE - From left, Britain's Prince William, Kate, Princess of Wales, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex wave to members of the public at Windsor Castle, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, in Windsor, England, Sept. 10, 2022. Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  (Kirsty O'Connor/Pool Photo via AP, File)
            
              FILE - Britain's Prince Harry, left, best man to Britain's Prince William, right, arrive ahead of Prince William's marriage to Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey, London, April 29, 2011.  Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan, Pool, File)
            
              FILE - Princes William and Harry, left, leave the Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, at the Guards' Chapel, London, Aug. 31, 2007.  Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. (AP Photo/Lewis Whyld, Pool)
            
              FILE - Copies of the new book by Prince Harry called "Spare" are displayed at a book store in London, Jan. 10, 2023. Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, with its damning allegations of a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press, is likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way within the House of Windsor following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)
Dish from Harry, one of their own, could fuel royal change