Meghan Markle Is Allegedly Writing Detailed Memoirs Of Her Life

Former actress Meghan Markle is allegedly creating a memoir as her next career step. This comes after her husband, Prince Harry, released his memoir Spare in January. 

The Duke of Sussex and Meghan appeared together at the Invictus Games, marking their first official public outing as a couple since May. The pair looked very lovey-dovey in the photos from the event in Germany. 

Harry, who is the founder of the Invictus Games, recently released a related project on Netflix titled “Heart of Invictus” in August. 

Keep on reading to learn more.

Meghan Markle Is Writing A Detail-Packed Memoir

Meghan Markle

According to royal whisperer and expert Tom Bower, Meghan has huge plans to release a detail-packed memoir of her own. This follows her husband’s earlier release of his critically acclaimed book, Spare. Bower revealed on GBNews that the memoir would be a “money-spinner” and highly successful.

Bower, the author of Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors, had more to say about Meghan’s recent activities. While she joined Prince Harry at the “amazing” Invictus Games this year, Meghan gave an excuse for being “late” during her speech. She explained that mommy duties held her back a little, as she needed to spend time with her kids, Lillibet and Archie.

However, per the Daily Mail, Bower termed her excuse “ludicrous.” He further claimed that Meghan and the Prince were on an “absolute media manipulation” mission. To back this up, he noted their last visit to music star Beyoncé as an example, asserting that it was “clearly all set up to film her hugging Harry.”

The Invictus Games Is Their First Official Public Outing Since May

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive back at Euston station in London

Harry and Meghan showed some PDA during their appearance at this year’s Invictus Games at Dusseldorf. This marked their first official public appearance together since May.

The duo was last seen together in New York when the duchess was given the Women of Vision Award. During the games, photos caught the Prince holding Meghan’s hands and whispering into her ear. The duchess was equally affectionate to her husband, as she could be seen comforting him during a stressful moment.

Their PDA at the game counters rumors of the couple’s plans to end their marriage after Meghan took off her engagement ring. It also got observers like Judi James commenting on their relationship dynamics.

The body language expert revealed to Daily Mail that the couple’s behavior signified their position as the “celebrity power couple.” In James’s words, “Meghan and Harry’s body language really does seem to signal that the Harry and Meghan roadshow is back in the room.” She added, “They appear here taking the applause like celebrities with Harry back in his proud, protective tow-along pose, hand-in-hand with a very excited looking Meghan.”

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry’s Solo Events 

Harry and Meghan attend Day Two of The Invictus GamesThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex watch the Athletics on Day Two of the Invictus Games

During the Duke and Duchess’s break from public appearances together, Meghan and Harry went on several solo trips. The Prince previously traveled to Düsseldorf by himself after visiting London. He also went on a tour in Asia with Nacho Figueras, his best friend.

On the other hand, Meghan stopped by with her friends at the Eras Tour in LA to watch Taylor Swift perform. She revealed as well that she’d been spending more time with their kids. However, with the Invictus Games, the couple marked the official return of their public activities together. 

Prince Harry’s ‘Heart Of Invictus’ Documentary

Amid Harry’s recent solo events, the Prince released a Netflix documentary, “Heart of Invictus,” in August. 

While he previously worked on a memoir about his own life as a royal, this project focused on six injured veterans from various places around the world. It also showed how they healed through sports and their motivation to join the Invictus Games.

Following its release, fans took to social media to praise Harry’s interest in the lives of the veterans who hailed from Denmark, the USA, Britain, and South Korea. Amid positive feedback from some viewers, others criticized the project for being mediocre. 

“Heart of Invictus” marks the Duke’s second project with the streaming service after releasing their successful docuseries “Harry and Meghan” with his wife Meghan last year.

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