Ms Markle’s upcoming release, The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1, will be available in the US next Friday and is set to send shockwaves through royal fans. Her controversial decision to write a memoir has reportedly led to “threats and harassment” as she claimed some are trying to stop her from publishing a book about the Duchess of Sussex.
However, despite allegations she was forced to move twice to escape the threats the upcoming book promises to reveal “hidden truths about her family, as a royal fairy plummets from the tea towels”.
The highly-anticipated memoir also claimed “things are not always as they seem” and “truth is stranger than fiction”.
The Duchess was allegedly aware of her half-sister’s plans to write a book and had been “in tears” when she first found out.
However, Britons may never be able to read the controversial title due to legal constraints.
One source told the Sun: “The book may never be on sale in Britain because of our tighter libel laws but it will be all over the internet.”
Meghan allegedly admitted to friends she had stopped reading interviews with her relatives after finding out about her sister’s book.
Speaking to DailyMail.com, a friend of the Duchess’ said: “She stopped reading things after finding out about her sister’s book.
“She cried when she found out about it.
A Palace insider told the Mail: “Harry was told very clearly in January by his grandmother that ‘you work for the monarchy, the monarchy doesn’t work for you’.”
The source claimed the Duke was warned during the first Megxit negotiation that if “you can’t accept that, then you need to walk away”.
The insider added: “Her Majesty was remarkably clear and decisive on that point and has never deviated from it, not once.
“I think what has evolved this year across the Atlantic has only served to prove her point.