In just days, Prince Harry's much-hyped memoir Spare will be released, and his two interviews with 60 Minutes and the UK's ITV will air. The Daily Mail, whose publishers wife Meghan Markle sued and won her case against, reported that Harry isn't the only one who will drop an explosive memoir. Meghan, the outlet claimed, is 'said to be preparing a tell-all book.' One source claimed to the outlet that Meghan 'is contemplating getting entirely candid about her time in the Royal limelight… and leaving no stone unturned.'
This is not the case in reality, Entertainment Tonight reported yesterday. The outlet wrote that it had learned reports of Meghan writing a memoir are untrue.
Harry's book drop comes less than a month after the couple's highly-anticipated Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan was released, giving never-before, explicit detail about why the couple stepped back from their senior royal family roles and where their relationship with the royal family stands now. They spoke openly about the strain, alleged that the royals reportedly planted negative stories about them in media, and Harry said he has needed to make peace with the fact he may never get an apology from his family over everything that happened.
Meghan could someday share more about her experience if she so chooses. The Duchess of Sussex spoke to The Cut at the end of August about how she never signed anything keeping her from speaking about what happened during her time as a working royal family member. 'I can talk about my whole experience and make a choice not to,' she said, adding then that she hasn't yet because she's 'still healing.'
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