Meghan Markle has been warned ahead by royal biographer Tom Bower that he is writing a book about her and it will be coming out next year.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have made several interviews where they spoke about the royal family. Tom Bower is on a mission to uncover the truth about the Duchess of Sussex.
Tom Bower has reportedly signed a six-figure advance to write an unauthorized biography about Meghan Markle. The bombshell book will give more personal details about the duchess from the perspective of the people who know her.
The 74-year-old writer has confirmed that he has been working on the book and it will be coming out next year. In fact, he has already spoken to Prince Harry and Markle’s friends, foes, and associates.
“I’m writing it now. It will tell the truth when it comes out next year,” Bower was quoted by Express as saying.
Prince Harry announced last month that he would publish a memoir. The duke described his book as a “wholly truthful first-hand account” of his life. It will feature all areas of his life growing up until the present.
However, Tom Bower felt that Prince Harry can only earn money in his book, justify the advance and make the American publishers happy if he is very critical to the royal family. Thus, his book will probably be “damaging” to his family from the U.K. and it will be a “tragedy.”
The book will also share the behind-the-scenes account of the royal couple’s life including their grief and heartbreak following Prince Philip’s passing. Moreover, a new section will recount Markle’s emotional healing after she had a miscarriage.
The duchess announced her pregnancy loss in October. The incident happened in July and Markle decided to share it after a few months in hope of encouraging others to share their stories about pregnancy loss because many still deem the subject as taboo.
She believes that having a supportive community will be helpful for parents who are grieving after they lost a child.
Months after Meghan Markle opened up about her pregnancy loss, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they were expecting their second child. They shared during their interview with Oprah Winfrey that they were expecting a baby girl.
The royal couple welcomed baby Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on June 4. They named her after Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana.