Meghan Markle’s planned memoirs worries the royal family
The upcoming release of Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare,” in which he details his life as the second son of Princess Diana and King Charles III, has caused more than one person at Buckingham to worry about the potential for private family revelations.
Furthermore, Meghan Markle, Harry’s wife, is writing a book containing her memoirs, and according to a source reported by the British Daily Mail, she will “leave no stone unturned” regarding her life as a royal.
Spare is likely to add gasoline to the flames and increase controversy following the crisis caused by the Netflix series “Harry & Meghan,” which had disclosures that made the royal family uncomfortable.
The royal family is anticipated to be more guarded than ever in the wake of claims of an alleged biography of Meghan. Because of a contract Meghan and Harry signed with Penguin Random House in 2012, they will be writing a book together.
Harry is rumoured to be making $20 million for ‘Spare,’ while Markle, who has released a children’s book with the same publisher, remains in the dark about how much she stands to make from her memoirs.
A Hollywood representative has said that it would be extremely unusual if Meghan did not write a book detailing her life. “I would find it surprising if Meghan didn’t publish her own story, to be honest. If she is harboring political ambitions, it would make even more sense,” that’s what the source said.
Meghan is a Democrat and has developed friendships with influential Americans like the Kennedys; in fact, she and her husband were honoured by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organisation in December.