The controversial ‘Megxit’ was just about to lose the media zeal over the Covid-19 pandemic and the upcoming US Presidential election.However, Prince Harry and Meghan apparently have no intentions of letting go of the place in the spotlight, as their ‘unofficial’ biography was published this week.
The couple has said that the book was written without their consent nor an official direct interview with neither of them, However, the speculation in the social circles point to the fact that had it been really not pre-approved by the royal pair, the book would never have been published in the first place.
The book is based on interviews with the pair’s close friends, depicting their budding love life, tensions between William and Harry, and Meghan Markle’s impeccable past and present.
Royal expert Penny Junor, author of Prince Harry: Brother, Soldier, Son, Husband said: ‘The authors certainly have some extraordinarily personal and private details about Harry and Meghan, but the couple have said they didn’t speak to them directly and we have to take their word for it.
What seems absolutely clear, however, is that they colluded.If not, they would have kicked up a huge fuss about this book. I suspect they wanted to get their story and their feelings about how they were treated out into the public arena and have done so via friends who sound as though they were very well and carefully briefed.
These are some of the choice quotes from the biography, some of which is disturbingly dramatic:
‘Theirs was a love story that took hold in Africa – where now Meghan, on the last day of an incredible three-week stay, stretched her body into the perfect warrior pose.
She quietly took in her surroundings from the grounds of their final home away from home on this trip, a modern villa in Livingstone, Zambia, just under ten miles upstream from Victoria Falls.The rising sun washed over her makeshift yoga garden, while an exotic flock of birds that looked as if they had just had their tails dipped in pots of colourful paints serenaded her.
‘Meghan’s willingness to help others and her drive to excel meant she often was deemed “fake” by classmates at school who felt it was impossible for anyone to be that “perfect”.’
One courtier was quoted as saying: “It’s no secret, the future of this monarchy relies solely on the four people currently in Kensington Palace. The public popularity only lies with them . . . When he [the Prince of Wales] becomes King, the only way it lasts is if the four of them are not at war. We cannot have them at war.”
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