Now is "not the best time" to publish memoirs about life in the royal family. This warning was given to Meghan Markle in Press Box PR. “I'm sure there is a plan, partly stemming from their contract with Penguin , but timing is everything, and 2024 will not be the right time for the book to be released,” its expert Lynn Carratt told The Mirror.
Since 2020, after the resignation of working representatives of the royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been constantly “entertaining” the public with revelations about their relationships with British relatives. There was an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the publication of Harry’s memoirs “Spare”, etc. But under the contract with Penguin, another book should be released, this time by the Duchess of Sussex. It was reported that she was already writing it. “She wants to talk about her marriage to Harry, her relationship with King Charles III and Camilla, Kate and William. I'm sure fans would like to know about her relationship with her father Thomas, but she hasn't addressed that aspect yet," Karratt added.
According to the expert, if Meghan “listens”, she will wait for a “quieter” period in 2024, so that the wounds caused by “The Spare” and Omid Scobie’s recent book “Endgame” will heal “quietly enough.”