As if the lead-up to her May 2018 wedding won’t be stressful enough, it looks like Meghan Markle might have other things to worry about following news a tell-all will be released the month before her big day.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton has confirmed he will be writing a no-holds barred biography on the newest member of the royal family.
“Excited to be writing Meghan Markle’s story,” he tweeted.
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“She has bags of charisma. A royal star who will have tremendous impact on royal family and wider world.”
With his tome titled Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew admits he was a fan of the Suits star even before she announced her engagement to Prince Harry last month.
“Confident, groomed and camera ready, she is a dramatic contrast to the blushing, coy royal brides of recent history,” he told The Bookseller.
“The warmth and affection Meghan and Harry displayed during their engagement interview is light years away from the stilted ‘whatever love means’ conversation with Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981.”
Royal brides are definitely subject matter Andrew is comfortable writing about, following the 1992 release of his controversial biography Diana: Her True Story.
Based on secret recordings which saw the Princess answer Andrew's questions in tapes told to her close friend, James Colthurst, Andrew admits he was taken aback at how candid the Princess was.
"Why did she undertake such a reckless course of action?" Andrew has said in the past.
"I think she wanted to give the world an insight into her life, which was, in her opinion, a lie. While she appeared in public with [Prince] Charles, the princess was effectively living on her own while he tarried with his mistress. It was intolerable."
With the book touching on the late Princess’ fractured marriage, her bulimia battle and her anguish over Camilla’s intrusion into her relationship, Andrew is no stranger to exposing royal family secrets.
The announcement has already seen Twitter users contact Andrew with their own stories and connections to the engaged couple.
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