A long-awaited biography of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry promises to reveal the truth behind a couple who are ‘not afraid to break tradition’.
The pair are expected to collaborate with the title given Finding freedom – set to “reveal unknown details”.
According to the commercials, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will “take away the many rumors and misconceptions plaguing the couple” in Britain and North America, MirrorOnline reports.
Mr. Scobie is the Royal Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s Bazaar, while Mrs. Durand makes a royal contribution to ELLE.com and OprahMag.com. The book is said to have been produced “with the collaboration of those closest to the couple.”
The Daily mail Buckingham Palace insiders report that the new publication will put the pair in a flattering light and fear it could become a scoring exercise.
” Finding freedom is an honest, close and disarming portrait of a confident, influential and progressive couple who is not afraid to break with tradition, determined to create a new path away from the limelight and committed to building a humanitarian heritage that will make a great difference in the world, “the description adds.
Harry, 35 and Meghan, 38, left the UK in March to start a new life away from the royal family in the United States with young son Archie.
The book was initially titled Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World of Meghan and Harry before it was revised.
Booksellers, including Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Bookshop, have offered a pre-order option.
The Mail publisher on Sunday, meanwhile, has won the Supreme Court’s first skirmish in the Duchess’s claim against the publication of a “private and confidential” letter to her estranged father Thomas Markle.
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The first phase of Meghan’s privacy action against Associated Newspapers was a preliminary hearing on specific elements of her claim against the publisher.
A statement by the Duchess on Friday said, “Today’s statement makes it very clear that the core elements of this matter are not going to change and will continue.
“The rights of the Duchess have been violated; the legal boundaries regarding privacy were exceeded. “
Last month, the Sussexes announced that they would cut all communications with four British tabloid newspapers, including the Daily Mirror, and refuse to cooperate with them.
- Finding Freedom will be released in August.