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Meghan Markle and the authors of Finding Freedom


According to the Mail on Sunday, Meghan Markle cooperated with the authors of Finding Freedom to embellish her image. For her part, the Duchess of Sussex denies it.

Has she done anything to improve her image? The Mail on Sunday, published by the Associated Newspaper group, reveals that Meghan Markle would have cooperated with the authors of Finding Freedom, the biography of the duchess and her husband Prince Harry. The reason? She would have liked to restore her image.

While she does not deny having passed information to the writers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand through an intermediary, the Sun explains that she would have insisted that it was “not for her image”.

While Meghan Markle denies that she wanted to embellish her image, the Mail on Sunday disagrees. According to the media, the Duchess of Sussex would have “presented her own version of events in a manner favourable to her”.

According to court documents, which have been published, it would appear that Meghan Markle spoke with someone who had been approached by the authors of Finding Freedom to set the record straight about her father, Thomas Markle. These documents would indicate that Harry’s wife is “concerned about her father’s story” about his abandonment. According to little Archie’s mother, all this is untrue and has been repeated in the book.

The Duchess is already in conflict with the Associated Press

Meghan Markle is not new to Associated Press. The Duchess of Sussex is already suing the group for leaking in the Daily Mail columns a letter she allegedly wrote to Thomas Markle, from whom she has distanced herself. To defend herself against this violation of privacy, copyright infringement and misuse of personal data, the Duchess of Sussex has reportedly already spent more than two million euros in legal costs.

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