In the wake of swirling reports indicating that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, may be contemplating the writing of her memoir following the success of Prince Harry’s candid tell-all, royal expert and vocal critic Angela Levin has issued a cautionary message to the couple. Levin has expressed apprehensions, suggesting that if Meghan proceeds with her memoir, it could diminish the likelihood of her and Harry being extended invitations to the UK, potentially exacerbating public discontent.
On the platform formerly known as Twitter, now referred to as X, the prominent royal author shared her perspective, raising questions about Meghan’s potential literary venture. Levin speculated that if the memoir is rife with grievances and conflicting recollections, it might further sour public opinion. She warned that such an outcome could lead to an increase in satirical portrayals and reduce the likelihood of Meghan and Harry receiving invitations to the UK. Levin concluded her statement by posing a pertinent question: “What will Harry do?”
Angela Levin’s cautionary remarks come in the midst of reports suggesting that Meghan Markle felt ‘humiliated’ and faced embarrassment after publishers insisted on receiving the draft of her memoir before authorizing payment. As speculation regarding the potential memoir continues to circulate, the couple finds themselves under heightened scrutiny from both critics and skeptics.
The unfolding narrative underscores the delicate balance that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry must navigate as they consider sharing their personal stories in the public domain, with potential repercussions on their public image and future engagements.