Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are busy with all the projects that they have lined up. The Duchess of Sussex currently appears on a Spotify podcast called Archetypes, while the Duke of Sussex is gearing up for the release of his memoir in January. The couple will also appear in a docuseries for Netflix in the coming weeks.
Will Meghan Markle Release A Book Featuring Her Interviews On Archetypes?
But according to royal expert Neil Sean, this isn't where Meghan Markle's projects would end. Sean is speculating on the possibility of Markle releasing a book after Prince Harry's memoir drops. However, the Duchess of Sussex's book wouldn't be a memoir. Rather, it will be a compilation of all her interviews on Archetypes.
"Her podcast, as we know, started off pretty well because it was a curiosity. A few weeks in, we're now really bored because it's just lecturing you at a time really when we've got no money, we want to have more fun, and more importantly, do we really care about many of the topics? That's the bottom line. She's about to translate her podcast into a potential book. The deal behind this is that apparently you only have a limited time in the podcast to get the story over that you want. There's far more in-depth chat going on that's not actually broadcast," Sean said (via Hindustan Times).
Sean added that Markle's book wouldn't be as big as Prince Harry's memoir. And it could also be part of the three-book deal that she signed with Penguin Random House.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Have Massive Reservations About Spare?
Meanwhile, royal expert Kinsey Schofield told Daily Star recently that Markle is panicking over Prince Harry's memoir.
"I'm sure that they have massive reservations about the biography. Harry does, because of how it could blow up and create spontaneous combustion with their relationship at its current point, being so unstable. Harry is becoming less relevant in this new power structure with Charles. Any choices you would have made under the Queen if you were at Harry's camp or Meghan's camp, are being rethought, including how those messages are getting communicated," she said.
Schofield added that Prince Harry and Markle want to avoid an all-out war with the royals. But the nearing release date of Spare is making the Duke and Duchess of Sussex nervous.
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