Prince Harry isn’t the only one reportedly looking to cash in on the tell-all memoir.
As the world waits for the Duke of Sussex’s highly-anticipated book, The Reserve, to hit shelves next week, it looks like his wife Meghan Markle is looking to make a similar deal.
According to Mail on SundayThe Duchess of Sussex is “mindful of being completely open about her time in the royal spotlight and leaving no stone unturned.”
“Honestly, I’d be surprised if Meghan didn’t publish her story,” a Hollywood agent told the publication this week.
“Backup” is Prince Harry’s chance to tell himself, but hers is just as charming. I mean, how many actresses marry a Prince?
“It would make more sense if he had political ambitions,” he said. added the source.
If the rumors are true, this won’t be Markle’s first writing project.
The 41-year-old mother of two is already a published author after publishing her children’s book The Bench last year. The couple signed a lucrative four-book deal with Penguin Random House in 2021.
The embattled pair are also rumored to be working on a ‘wellness’ book, but this has not been confirmed.
The Post has reached out to Sussex representatives for comment.
The release of Harry’s explosive memoir will also be accompanied by two sit-down interviews with major US and UK networks.
Harry spoke to ITV’s Tom Bradby in the UK this month and revealed in a preview that he wants to “get back” his once close father and brother.
“I want a family, not an institution,” said the 38-year-old exiled king to ITV News of his royal relatives.
But Harry, who repeatedly attacked them in interviews, “showed that they are not ready to reconcile at all.”
“I want my father back,” she said of King Charles III, whom she blamed for the aches and pains of the young royal.
“I would like to bring my brother back,” added Crown Prince William, 40, who has been portrayed as a screaming bully in his six-hour Netflix documentary.
Harry also spoke with Anderson Cooper on Sunday for a 60 Minutes special CBS News scoffed as “revealing” and “explosive”.
In a teaser that aired on Monday’s CBS Mornings, Harry blamed his family for taking his trash public.
“Every time I tried to do it privately, there were briefings, stories against me and my wife,” Harry told Cooper.
“You know the family’s motto is ‘Never complain, never explain,’ but that’s just a motto,” he said, explaining that complaining happens “through leaks.”