Samantha Markle’s long-awaited autobiography focuses on her relationship with the Duchess of Sussex and the rift which has torn apart her family. But the bombshell book also contains a chapter which could set Palace alarm bells ringing.
The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister: A Memoir, Part One, published by Barnes and Noble, contains a chapter called Queen Would be Appalled – a bold name-check which could put officials on alert.
It refers to an explosive former interview in which Samantha said the Queen “would be appalled” by the drama in the Markle family.
According to the description of the 330-page autobiography, Samantha’s book claims to expose “hidden truths about her family” and why Meghan’s “royal fairytale” turned sour.
Samantha also warned when it comes to Meghan “things are not always as they seem” and sometimes the “truth is stranger than fiction”.
The description reads: “Things are not always as they seem, in a world where social labels define who we are, how we live and how we view each other.
“Samantha Markle finds herself caught in between the crosshairs of media mayhem, when she reveals hidden truths about her family.”
Meghan’s relationship with her sister exploded into public view following her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017.
Samantha was quoted by journalists as saying “The Queen would be appalled” and called her a “ducha**” on Twitter.
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Samantha lashed out at Meghan and Harry’s decision to leave the Firm saying it was a “gross breach of duty” and a “slap in the face” for the Queen.
She said: “Prince Harry and Meghan have quite a bit of apologising to do.
“We aren’t talking about teenagers, we are talking about adults who knew what they were doing and in regards to my father it was so incredibly wrong and shocking.”
This new tell-all book comes just months before Meghan and Harry’s Megxit review will take place.
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