Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, have become the subject of a new book by Lady Colin Campbell which details their time as senior members of
Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, have become the subject of a new book by Lady Colin Campbell which details their time as senior members of the Royal Family. The book titled ‘Meghan and Harry: The Real Story’ includes claims that the Duchess of Sussex wants to run to become the next US President. But journalist Duncan Larcombe furiously hit out at the claims in a heated argument with the author.
Speaking on True Royalty TV, Mr Larcombe said: “I think that’s utter nonsense.”
Lady Colin Campbell interjected: “Name me a more unpopular couple. Since you’re in the business, name me a more unpopular couple.”
Mr Larcombe continued: “Your book is based on anonymous people who say Meghan shunned people at weddings and that she wants to become President of the United States.
“It is absurd. Frankly, I think it gives royal biographers and reporters a very bad name.”
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The heated clash comes as Meghan and Harry have royal aides “worried” about the release of their upcoming book, Finding Freedom, which calls Prince William “unsympathetic and unfeeling”, a royal expert has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are the subjects of a highly anticipated book, due for publication in August, whose authors have said they want to be a “definitive story” about the couple.
But royal aides are said to be fearing the worst as the book titled, ‘Finding Freedom’ will detail turbulence in William and Harry’s relationship.
ITV’s Russell Myers claimed that royal aides are worried about the release of the book and how it will paint members of the Royal Family.
“Some say that it could be the Diana moment from the Panorama 1995 interview that we all remember when she spoke about the three people in the relationship.
“The two authors behind this book have had unrivaled access to Harry and Meghan’s inner circle.
“They’ve interviewed over 100 people.
“It could be a very, very positive thing for Harry and Meghan but may paint other members of the Royal Family in a particularly bad light.”