Meghan Markle Heartbreak: Prince Harry’s Wife Warned Against Writing a Book Too Quickly After Spare Due to Risk of ‘Sussex Fatigue’

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There are speculations that Meghan Markle is writing a book about her life as fans wait for her husband Prince Harry's memoir Spare. However, an insider warned the Duchess of Sussex against releasing a book too soon after her husband's project.

Meghan Markle Warned Against 'Sussex Fatigue' Amid Rumors She's Writing A Book

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a four-book deal with Penguin Random House. Markle has already released a children's book, The Bench.

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Prince Harry's book is coming out next week, and the royal couple is reportedly working on a "wellness" book together. There are rumors that the last fourth book will be her autobiography.

However, an insider isn't onboard about the rumors that Markle is writing her own book. The tipster warned Prince Harry's wife from doing it too soon as it could allegedly do more harm than good in their careers due to overexposure.

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"We've had the Oprah Winfrey interview, then the Netflix series and now we've got Harry's book," a Hollywood executive told The Mail on Sunday. "You have to ask if the world really needs to hear Meghan's story right now? If I was advising her I would caution against releasing a book too quickly because there is a very real danger that people will start experiencing 'Sussex fatigue'."

"There comes a point where people might feel they've heard the same stories too many times. They have to change the narrative at some stage and focus on the future rather than past transgressions."

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Reportedly 'Inescapable'

In August 2021, GB News presenters Mercy Muroki and Patrick Christys weighed in on the Sussexes' exposure and both agreed that they were "inescapable" because they were almost everywhere from books, podcasts and TV shows.

"Meghan and Harry say they want some privacy in space, but I'm starting to feel like it's us who need a bit of privacy and space from them," Muroki said.

"You turn on your TV and there they are doing their interviews in front of millions of people. So, you flip to Netflix and there they are again with their multi-year, multi-million dollar deal. So you switch that off and think 'Well I'll just listen to a nice podcast instead' and there they are again being their weird and woke selves."

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Christys agreed with his co-anchor, saying they were "everywhere" despite their request for privacy, making them inescapable.

"Yeah, they said they wanted privacy. But I think they're starting to invade Britain's privacy," Murocki added.

Meghan Markle hasn't addressed the rumors about her alleged memoir. Do you agree that she should delay it because the Sussexes are already overexposed?

Stay tuned for more news and updates about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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