Meghan Markle is “writing her memoirs and will publish them in a money-grabbing tell-all” like Harry’s Spare, the royal author claims
- Royal expert Tom Bower made the revelations
Meghan Markle is “writing her memoirs” and will document the details of her life in a “money-busting tell-all,” a royal author has claimed.
Royal expert Tom Bower, who wrote Revenge: Meghan and Harry and the war between the Windsors, revealed the news about the Duchess’ next career move.
He said GBNews: “According to my information, she is currently writing her memoirs and it will be a great asset.”
This comes after her husband’s bombshell memoir “Spare” was released in January and more recently his Netflix documentary “Heart of Invictus.”
The Duchess of Sussex visited Harry at this year’s Invictus Games in Düsseldorf last night, a day late.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, watches children play basketball on the fourth day of the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf today
Royal expert Tom Bower (pictured), who wrote Revenge: Meghan and Harry and the war between the Windsors, revealed the news about the Duchess’s next career move
She told the audience she had to spend time with Archie and Lilibet – buying them milkshakes and taking the eldest on the school run before heading off to Germany.
But in the interview about her memoir, Mr Bower also described Ms Markle’s reasoning for being late to the event as “ridiculous”.
The author even made unsubstantiated claims that Harry and Meghan’s trip to see Beyoncé was “absolute media manipulation” and “clearly designed to film them hugging Harry.”
The Duchess hailed the Games as an “amazing event” and joked with the audience last night that she was a little late. She said she would like to bring her children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, to the games one day.
And more recently Harry’s new Netflix documentary Heart of Invictus was released last month and audiences took to social media to praise it for bringing athletes’ personal stories to light.
The revelation that Meghan may be writing a book comes after her husband’s bombshell memoir Spare was published in January
Filmmakers followed wounded veterans from the UK, US, South Korea, Denmark and Ukraine, revealing their reasons for taking part and how they fared in the Games themselves.
It is the Sussexes’ second production under their £80 million deal with Netflix, following last year’s controversial documentary series Harry & Meghan, in which they published several broadsides against Harry’s family and expressed their views on the issue Megxit explained.
Although the series has received positive reviews from critics, it goes without saying that the series has failed to impress viewers at home.
The documentary, described as a “flop”, reportedly did not make it into Netflix’s top 10 streaming charts in either the UK or US in the week following its release.