Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have announced in January that they were stepping back as senior members of the royal. Shortly after the announcement, they moved to Los Angeles.
A new biography about the royal couple is coming out soon, and many believe that it will be damaging to the royals.
Heat published a report slamming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for their upcoming biography Finding Freedom. It alleged that the two had cut their chances of reconciling with the royal family with the book.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, the authors of the books, said they wrote it by interviewing those closest to the couple. The publication made several revelations about the couple’s relationship with the royals.
It destroyed “any chance of coming back into the fold,” one source told the outlet.
Gossip Cop debunked the report saying that it wasn’t true. The members of the royal family greeted Meghan Markle on her birthday.
The Duchess of Sussex turned 39 years old Aug. 4. Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted sweet tributes for Markle on social media. Their move only showed that they are in good terms with the Sussexes despite the controversial book.
Also, the outlet didn’t give details about Markle and Prince Harry’s alleged “secret cooperation” with the book.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex already released a statement about the book. According to them, they did not contribute and were not interviewed for the publication.
Finding Freedom received mixed reactions from the royal expert. According to the authors, they aimed to present the real Prince Harry and Meghan Markle because they are often mistreated by the press.
However, royal correspondents questioned the book.
Katie Nicholl, the author of Harry & Meghan, found the book compelling and interesting because it shares new details about the Sussexes. However, she also found it damaging to the royal family because it opens old wounds.
“This has made the book compelling and fascinating, but for the royal family, this book has been damaging because it has opened up old wounds,” Nicholl said.
Meanwhile, royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah also believed that the book would be hurtful to the Queen because it shades the royal family.
“That may have been the original aim, but over 24 chapters of score-settling and swipes at the royal family, the institution of monarchy, royal aides and the media, their admirable charitable endeavors are swamped by bitter recriminations,” Nikkhah wrote for The Sunday Times.
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