Two journalists are said to have spoken for a new biography with Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, which could fuel the dispute with the royal family. Will a book reveal new details about “Megxit”?
A very specific biography could soon cause unrest in the British royal family: Duchess Meghan (38, “Suits”) and Prince Harry (35) have spoken for a new book with two journalists, according to a Sunday Daily report in the British Daily Mail. There, it is feared, the couple could settle with the royal family.
The biography with the provisional title “Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World Of Harry And Meghan” (in German: “Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World Of Harry And Meghan”) is said to be based on the couple’s decision enter as Royals step down.
Release in August
Sources of the “Mail on Sunday” report that Meghan and Harry interviewed the book’s authors before moving to North America earlier this year. As it goes on to say, the biography comprises 320 pages. “Thoroughly Modern Royals” is expected to be released on August 11th.
Prince Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan, attended many public appointments as senior royals. In the future, fans will have to do without photos like this.
On March 9, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan made their last official appearance with the royal family at the service on the occasion of the Commonwealth Day in Westminster Abbey in London.
Two days earlier, Harry and Meghan had attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Duchess Meghan celebrated her official comeback on March 5 in a real eye-catcher outfit. At the Endeavor Fund Awards in London, it was unmistakable.
The day after this visit to the Canada House in London, Harry and Meghan dropped the bomb. They announced via Instagram on January 8 that they would step down as senior royals. They had previously spent several weeks off in Canada.
As if her serious faces had already announced it: Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are fulfilling their royal duty at a remembrance event in London in November 2019.
At the end of October 2019, Harry and Meghan were beaming at the Windsor Castle – fittingly it was about gender justice …
They made their first public appearance after returning from southern Africa to London – hand in hand – at the WellChild Awards in mid-October.
On October 1, Meghan and Harry – still in Africa – announced that they were suing the British tabloid “Mail on Sunday” and its parent company “Associated Newspapers” for false reports and copyright infringement.
Baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was on the trip to Africa. On September 25, he made his grand entrance and met with his parents the famous South African archbishop and human rights activist Desmond Tutu in Cape Town.
Before the trip to Africa there was the next appointment for the young parents in mid-July 2019: Hand in hand they appeared for the European premiere of Disney’s “The Lion King” in London.
No matter how big the excitement at “Trooping the Color”, the Queen’s traditional birthday in June on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan (back right) took their heartfelt moments.
Baby Archie was born on May 6, 2019 at The Portland Hospital in London. Two days later (photo) the proud parents presented their son to the world at Windsor Castle.
Before that, the pregnant Duchess skilfully staged her baby bump during public appointments – like here in February 2019 in Casablanca, Morocco.
Royal fans will probably also have to forego joint “Fab Four” appointments in the future – as here at a service on November 11, 2018 in Westminster Abbey.
During her official tour of Australia and New Zealand, the palace in London officially confirmed Meghan’s pregnancy.
Before that, Meghan’s belly was surely Britain’s most eyed. At every official appearance like here in July in Dublin, Ireland, Royal fans hoped for a first bulge.
Such pictures will probably also no longer exist; Duchess Meghan and Queen Elizabeth II having a happy chat. It was the first solo performance by the newly minted Royal, in mid-June 2018 at a bridge inauguration in Cheshire.
At “Trooping the Color” in June 2018, Duchess Meghan was on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace for the first time.
The dream couple celebrated their dream wedding on May 19, 2018 at Windsor Castle. Once again, Harry and Meghan provided magical pictures in the bright sunshine.
Prince Harry and the American actress Meghan Markle on the official engagement photo in December 2017 – the starting shot in a, from a fan perspective, far too short royal career.