Meghan Markle appears to be following in her husband’s footsteps and penning her very own autobiography, according to reports.
The book is said to mark the completion of a four-book deal with Penguin Random House, which includes Prince Harry ’s very own memoir which is set for release next week.
The other two include the children’s book Bench written by Meghan, which was released in June 2021 and a reported wellness book, which Harry and Meghan are said to be penning together.
A source told The Mail on Sunday that Meghan “is contemplating getting entirely candid about her time in the Royal limelight… and leaving no stone unturned.”
A Hollywood agent added: ““I would find it surprising if Meghan didn't publish her own story, to be honest. Spare is clearly Prince Harry's chance to tell his, but hers is equally compelling. I mean, how many actresses end up marrying a Prince?”
This could instil even more fear in the Royal Family, who are currently anticipating the release of Harry’s own memoir, which will hit shelves next week.
And according to reports, it is William and Kate who come off worse, with leaked details revealing that it is kinder than expected on King Charles.
A source told The Sunday Times: “Generally, I think the book [will be] worse for them than the royal family is expecting.
“Everything is laid bare. Charles comes out of it better than I had expected, but it’s tough on William, in particular, and even Kate gets a bit of a broadside.
“There are these minute details, and a description of the fight between the brothers. I personally can’t see how Harry and William will be able to reconcile after this.”
Harry is set to begin the publicity for his hotly anticipated book next Sunday with an interview on America's flagship 60 Minutes show.
He will also be interviewed by ITV's Tom Bradby in the UK.
Meanwhile, a new survey has revealed that nearly half of all Brits think the Duke should be stripped of his Duke title.
A YouGov poll conducted for The Times has found that 44% of respondents feel Harry should have his royal title removed, compared to 32% who said no.
The YouGov poll also revealed that 23% of respondents thought worse of Harry and Meghan after seeing the Netflix series while 7% said they had a better impression.
And around 44% of respondents also revealed they had more sympathy for William and Kate, with 17% siding with the Sussexes.
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