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Meghan Markle has been “more cautious” about publishing Prince Harry’s memoir, sources have claimed – as the Duchess has been notably absent from his lengthy media tour.

The royal couple usually appear in tandem, with Prince Harry popping up at the end of his wife’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.

He’s since made a range of cameos, from sitting in the audience in New York school when Meghan promotes her book The Bench, to juggling in the window at the end of her video celebrating her 40th birthday.

“We’re like salt and pepper,” Meghan once said. “We always move together.”

But when Harry released his explosive memoir, Spare, Meghan was noticeably absent.

Meghan Markle has been

Meghan Markle has been “more cautious” about publishing Prince Harry’s memoir, sources have claimed – as the Duchess has been notably absent from his lengthy media tour

The royal couple usually appear in tandem, with Prince Harry popping up at the end of his wife's interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021

The royal couple usually appear in tandem, with Prince Harry popping up at the end of his wife’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021

The memoir includes claims that the Prince of Wales physically assaulted him and teased him about his panic attacks and that the King put his own interests ahead of Harry’s and was jealous of the Duchess of Sussex and Princess of Wales.

The prince has made a number of high-profile media appearances since the book’s January 10 release, including an interview with Anderson Cooper for CBS’ 60 Minutes.

He also appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – All Alone.

Sources have told the Telegraph that if Meghan had been involved in any way in promoting the book, she might have been accused of trying to steal the spotlight.

But when Harry released his explosive memoir, Spare, Meghan was noticeably absent

But when Harry released his explosive memoir, Spare, Meghan was noticeably absent

The prince has made a number of high-profile media appearances since the book's January 10 release, including an interview with Anderson Cooper for CBS' 60 Minutes

The prince has made a number of high-profile media appearances since the book’s January 10 release, including an interview with Anderson Cooper for CBS’ 60 Minutes

Others have suggested Meghan’s absence sends a message: This is Harry’s project.

A source close to the couple said Meghan was “more cautious” about the intensely personal memoir than the prince, adding she may have expressed “gentle concerns”.

But, the newspaper reports, once Harry decided to continue the two-year project with ghostwriter JR Moehringer, the Duchess remained supportive.

“Is that the way she would have done things? Possibly not,” said a source.

“But she will always support him and would never have gotten involved in promoting such a personal project. This is about his own life, his own journey and his own perspective.”

It was claimed last week that Spare has become so the fastest-selling non-fiction book since records began in 1998.

A source close to the couple said Meghan was

A source close to the couple said Meghan was “more cautious” about the intensely personal memoir than the prince, adding she may have expressed “gentle concerns”.

He also appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert - All Alone

He also appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – All Alone

Last week it was claimed that Spare was the fastest-selling non-fiction book since records began in 1998

Last week it was claimed that Spare was the fastest-selling non-fiction book since records began in 1998

The Duke of Sussex’s autobiography has sold 750,000 copies in all formats – print, audio and e-book – since its release on January 10 in the UK.

This makes it the best-selling memoir of all time in its first week of publication, according to Transworld, the UK division of Penguin Random House.

Official figures from Nielsen BookData showed that the book, written by famed ghostwriter JR Moehringer, sold 467,183 copies in print in its first week alone.

Data released by Nielsen shows that the book broke the previous record of 210,506, set by the first Pinch Of Nom cookbook – written by Kay Allinson – in 2019.

The Duke of Sussex's autobiography has sold 750,000 copies in all formats - print, audio and e-book - since its release on January 10 in the UK

The Duke of Sussex’s autobiography has sold 750,000 copies in all formats – print, audio and e-book – since its release on January 10 in the UK

In a US program promoting the work, Harry branded the Duchess of Cornwall a “bad guy” and “dangerous” and accused her of trying to rehabilitate her image at the expense of his.

Continuing a series of high-profile promotional interviews, the Duke said he “would like nothing more” than for his children to have ties with the royal family.

His comments about his son and daughter came despite criticism he has leveled at his brother William, father Charles and stepmother Camilla.

He also described his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales as his “guardian angel” and said she is with him “all the time”.

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Bradford Betz

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