A new biography about Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle is expected to create further divide within the Royal Family. And could very well smash any hopes of the couple’s return. The book, “Finding Freedom,” is being touted as a Meghan and Harry tell-all that could rock the Royal family to its core.
Tell-All Book Authors Are Meghan And Harry Cheerleaders
“Finding Freedom” is written by Meghan and Harry cheerleaders Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. The authors have close access to the former Royal couple through friends.
The book will detail the couple’s Meghxit plans and escape from Royal life. Palace insiders expect the tell-all nature of the book will be used against the Royal Family.
Scobie and Duran boast the tell-all biography was written “with the participation of those closest to the couple.” There are also reports Meghan and Harry spoke directly to the writers.
So now Buckingham Palace is concerned that massive amounts of tea will be spilled.
The Queen reportedly remains hopeful that a reunion of sorts is possible. But it looks like this book could put a permanent freeze on her wishes.
Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family is out on 11th August.
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Expect A ‘Revisionist” Version Of Events In Tell-All
Sources close to the Harry and Meghan scuttlebutt talked to Daily Mail :
Sources have told the Mail that the biography will lay bare the ‘pressure cooker’ of anger and resentment the couple felt as working royals.
Harry and Meghan claim they were ‘spectacularly unsupported’ by what they have described as the ‘institution of the monarchy’, and it is expected that senior staff will be in their firing line.
‘Regardless of the truth, it will make headlines worldwide and give a fulsome airing to the Sussexes’ long list of grievances, yet again,’ one well-placed figure said.
Another source told the Mail that they had been warned to expect a ‘revisionist’ version of events concerning their engagement, marriage and brief spell as working royals.
‘What it’s unlikely to reveal, however, is how it subsequently emerged that Harry and Meghan had been quietly plotting their ‘exit’ from the Royal Family for at least nine months before they finally announced their decision to quit in January this year.
‘That hurt a lot of people who had bent over backwards to protect them.’ Members of the couple’s circle say that Harry, while loyal to Meghan, was very torn about how to resolve the situation. ‘But Meghan was extremely vocal about how unhappy she was and Harry, who had always hated the media and the so-called ‘men in grey suits’ [at the palace], eventually saw this as a way out too,’ they said.
Daily Mail reports that “Finding Freedoms” will ‘settle scores’. Presumably meaning that the couple’s airing of their grievances will right past wrongs in their eyes.
How Will The Queen React To Meghan And Harry’s Tell-All?
Reportedly, Westminster Abbey will not sound its bells for Meghan’s birthday  next month.
In contrast, the bells were rung for plagued Prince Andrew in February. Even though the Royal was stripped of his Royal duties amid the Epstein scandal.
Plus, the bells will ring for Princess Anne’s birthday and again in January for the Duchess of Cambridge’s 39th birthday.
Just one more insult to the couple who’ve moved across the pond.
The Queen is, of course, Harry’s grandmother who loves him. But she also is fiercely protective over the monarchy.
She understands its reign is only ever a generation away from being abolished. As times change and culture shifts, it puts the British monarchy at risk.
So her reaction to a tell-all book that Meghan and Harry may have cooperated with will be very telling.