Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has reportedly expressed a desire for direct discussions with King Charles regarding the use of her royal title post-departure from senior royal duties.
It is believed that Meghan, who along with Prince Harry stepped back from royal responsibilities nearly four years ago, is seeking clarity on how she can appropriately use her title in her independent ventures. Since their departure, the couple has entered into lucrative agreements with Netflix and Spotify, emphasizing their financial independence.
According to a source on a popular YouTube channel, Meghan Markle has reached out to King Charles seeking a personal meeting. She reportedly wishes to discuss the challenges she has faced since joining the British monarchy and seeks to understand the differing rules that apply to her as compared to other members of the Royal Family.
The source highlighted Meghan’s confusion, particularly in comparison to Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, who frequently appears on television shows like ITV’s This Morning and Loose Women, and engages in book sales and advertising under her duchess title.
Amid these developments, there are rumors that Meghan is considering writing an autobiography, much like the late Princess Diana’s influential book, “Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words.” This potential book could offer insight into Meghan’s journey from a successful actress to a prominent royal figure, delving into family dynamics and media interactions.
The speculation around Meghan’s potential autobiography is part of a broader four-book deal that she and Prince Harry have with Penguin Random House. Prince Harry’s memoir, “Spare,” has already made a significant impact following its release.
Additionally, there are rumors of both Meghan and Harry working on a wellness-focused book. The public eagerly anticipates the release of Meghan’s autobiography, which is expected to complete their series of literary projects.