Meghan Markle could wholly unburden herself with tell-all book on royal stint

The Duchess of Sussex has been advised by a leading critic to go ahead and write a tell-all book as a way of “wholly unburdening herself” after the meltdown in royal relations.

For months, it has been rumoured that Meghan Markle was contemplating writing her own version of her husband Prince Harry's book Spare which came out in 2022. And apart from a bombshell Netflix docuseries and a tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview, Meghan's story about her time as a working Royal and litany of controversies since has not been told.

However, Daniela Elser, writing for, has told Meghan to write the book for her own sake, and to use Prince Harry's four-book deal to do it. She said: “Previously, there have been a number of reports suggesting that Harry’s deal with Penguin Random House was for multiple books, and, while Harry has already treated the world to 400-odd pages of him laying bare his psychic wounds and traumatised 'todger' for the world’s literary delectation and emotional voyeurism, Meghan has yet to cross that particular Rubicon yet.

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“Because really, the duchess penning some sort of book looking back at her royal stint feels like all but a fait accompli, right? And if this is the case, if the former actress is writing tell-all, let’s all spare a thought for the aides, private secretaries and Oxbridge-educated underlings of The Firm who just might be about to face a totally unprecedented, epochal event.

“Royal wives have gone rogue on the page before but I would wager they could all pale in comparison if Meghan decides to wholly unburden herself and hold forth.”

In recent months, it has been said by many sources that Meghan – and Harry – is looking to go her own way and forge a new career path.

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The Duchess of Sussex has been working hard to establish herself as an A-list personality since stepping down from royal duties in 2020 and moving to the US alongside Harry. Since then the pair have secured – and lost – lucrative media contracts through their brand Archewell and published a number of Netflix series, with Meghan also releasing her own Spotify podcast.

In September 2020, an insider told Vanity Fair: “One of the reasons Meghan was so keen not to give up her American citizenship was so she had the option to go into politics.”

The Daily Star has contacted Meghan's representatives for a comment.

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