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Meghan Markle and Harry: New revelations on the reasons for the Megxit


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Much has been written about their withdrawal from the royal family. However, Meghan Markle and Harry would be far from having revealed all their secrets about the Megxit. At least that is what the forthcoming book Finding Freedom, co-written by Omid Scobie, a close friend of the couple, whose recent revelations have not finished making people talk.

On January 8, Meghan Markle and Harry confided on Instagram their wish to give up their royal functions. This announcement came as a real shock to the British, who saw in it the work of the former actress.

However, Megxit, a term that William’s brother abhors, is far from having revealed all its secrets. In Finding freedom, the biography of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, which tells the story of their departure from the royal family and their new life far from the United Kingdom, Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, journalists and friends of Sussex, reveal a completely different version of the facts.

The couple would thus have evoked their emancipation “even before they were married”, reveal sources at MailOnline, which Tatler echoes, and this, not at the instigation of Meghan, but of Harry, “unhappy for a long time”.

“There have been some twists and turns that nobody expected,” Omid Scobie recently explained in his podcast ‘The Heir Pod’, and continued, “I don’t even think that Harry and Meghan, who by their own admission have had a hard time coping, expected it to happen like this.

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Telling their story…

Stunning revelations that, according to their editor, are intended to “dispel the many rumours and misconceptions that afflict the couple on both sides of the Atlantic” and to tell their story “with honesty”.

A necessity for the former actress, who is convinced that she was the victim of a conspiracy, and who wants to give her version of the facts. More than that, the Sussex would intend to show readers how their departure was a great loss to the royal family.

Interviewed by NewsWeek, their biographer took the opportunity to fuel the fire, saying, “Meghan represented inclusiveness, diversity and a voice with which young people from around the world, especially in the various Commonwealth countries, could connect in ways they had not before.” War is declared!

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