Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Warned of ‘Poisonous Path’ in Potentially Straining Royal Relations with Memoir Sequels

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, amid reports of their upcoming tell-all memoir, are facing warnings to steer clear of a potentially detrimental course in their strained relationship with the royal family. According to statements from Robert Hardman according to MailOnline, as documented in his new book, there are suggestions that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex might be considering a sequel to their memoir or even an individual memoir by Meghan.

Hardman’s observations highlight that Harry and Meghan’s wedding, married life, and their subsequent departure from the royal realm comprised less than a fifth of Prince Harry’s memoir, hinting at the possibility of further literary ventures. As speculations about their memoir persist, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has cautioned the couple about the potential repercussions.

Speaking to Daily Express US, Fitzwilliams expressed concern that taking such a route could render the couple’s brand toxic and sever any future relationships with the Royal Family. He emphasized the risk of embarking on a “lucrative but poisonous path” that might adversely affect their public image.

Drawing attention to the extensive editing Prince Harry undertook for his memoir, Fitzwilliams noted that the cut material, if released, could form the basis of another book. He criticized the couple, stating that pursuing such a path would broadcast to the world that their only means of livelihood involves tarnishing the reputation of the Royal Family.

As the anticipation surrounding their potential memoir continues, the warnings underscore the delicate balance the Duke and Duchess of Sussex must navigate to avoid further straining their already fraught relationship with the royal establishment.

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