Harry and Meghan’s trip to Botswana is detailed in Finding Freedom, a new tell-all biography about the former Sussex royals that is released today. Written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, it takes a look into Meghan and Harry’s departure from the Royal Family, which took place on March 31.
Harry was said to have known Meghan was his soulmate after the trip to Botswana in 2016, six weeks after their first date.
According to Finding Freedom, Meghan went to the bathroom in the woods while on the camping trip.
The authors said: “Harry was delightfully surprised by Meghan’s down-to-earth attitude.
“While camping she cleaned her face with baby wipes and happily wandered into the woodlands if she needed a bathroom break.”
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The tell-all book contains incredibly specific details about the couple’s trip.
Harry and Meghan stayed in a £1,500 per night tent, which came complete with an en-suite bathroom and private bedroom.
While on the glamping trip to Meno A Kwena, Harry enjoyed a classic bacon and egg breakfast.
But Meghan started her days with a bowl of fruit and yoghurt.
Harry and Meghan have instead they have had no input in the explosive new tell-all.
A spokesman for the former Sussex royals added that the couple “were not interviewed and did not contribute to Finding Freedom”.
They also said: “The book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reporting.”
Mr Scobie has bragged about his access to the Royal Family, and was one of three journalists covering Meghan’s penultimate Royal engagement on March 9.
Since excerpts from the book were published, it has caused major controversy, with some royal insiders suggesting it may be the end of the monarchy.
A palace insider said at a Kensington Palace “summit” in 2019 that Harry and William’s popularity with the public is crucial to helping the monarchy survive when Prince Charles becomes king.
They added: “We need to design a system to protect the monarchy full stop.
“The future of this monarchy relies solely on the four people currently in Kensington Palace.
It was also revealed that Prince Charles has remained in regular contact with his son despite being being hurt by revelations in the upcoming biography.