Announced two years ago, the book by Meghan Markle’s sister will finally be released in the United States on January 17. In The Diary of the Arrogant Princess’s Sister, Samantha Markle promises to tell “the hidden truths about her family,” according to the Mirror .
Samantha Markle will strike again. Known for her many shocking interviews about Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle’s sister has this time decided to take up the pen. It’s a literary time bomb that should explode on January 17, the release date of Samantha Markle’s book.
The Duchess of Sussex’s sister’s book is entitled The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1, and the title alone seems to set the tone. In this first 328-page volume, Thomas Markle’s daughter promises to tell “the hidden truths about her family,” far from the “royal fairy tale,” announces the Mirror this Sunday, January 3. “Things are not always what they seem. (…) Truth is stranger than fiction,” he announced enigmatically.
For more details, you’ll have to get the book published in the United States by Barnes & Noble. The book is not yet on sale, but the publishing house already presents it as a “bestseller” on its website.
According to the Mirror, it is unclear whether the book will be released in the UK, but this may not be the case due to the stricter libel laws in the UK than in the US.
But for the moment, it is indeed on American soil that Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Archie are located. They will be able to get Samantha Markle’s book as soon as January 17th. A publication that the former actress of Suits does not understand.
Does she really know it?
“Meghan Markle is said to have explained that she didn’t see the point in writing for her half-sister when they “barely knew each other”. Her half-sister plans to “refute the vile gossip that they [did] not live together,” she said two years ago. “I’m your sister, and if you don’t like it, too bad for you,” she told E! News, Archie’s aunt, in January 2019, when she mentioned this book project that will finally see the light of day at the beginning of 2021.
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