Meghan Markle’s diary of her royal life ‘must trigger warning signals to the Royal Family’, says author
Will Meghan Markle finally publish her personal diary? In Meghan’s interview with The Cut, she briefly mentioned the discovery of a diary at Frogmore Cottage and a royal author wonders if it will ‘trigger any warning signals to the Royal Family’ as Meghan may be using it to “settle accounts”.
The Duchess of Sussex returned to Frogmore Cottage to pack her things
In an August 2022 interview with The Cut, Meghan shared the experience of returning to Frogmore Cottage earlier this year when she and Prince Harry were in the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Meghan found their former home “mostly intact” since leaving in 2020.
Interviewer Allison P. Davis wrote, “There is nothing that affirms ‘right place’ contentment more than a return to where you felt you had to go. In June, the couple attended some of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee events in London. It was the first time they had taken part in a public event alongside the rest of the royal family since their departure.
She continued: “While there, Meghan had been quietly tending to more personal matters, slipping into their former residence, Frogmore Cottage, to pack their things.”
Meghan Markle discovered a diary, socks and more
The Duchess of Sussex called it a “surreal” moment. “You go back and you open the drawers and you’re like, Oh my God. That’s what I was writing in my diary there? And here are all my socks from that time?” Meghan said.
There were items from her old Toronto apartment, including a couch and posters, which the interviewer called “a past message from one person that she didn’t really want to leave behind.”
Meghan remarked, “It was bittersweet, you know? Not knowing any of this had to be like that.
Author thinks Meghan’s diary ‘must trigger warning signals to the Royal Family’
The existence of the diary Meghan wrote when she was a senior royal has many wondering if she will publish the diary in the future as part of a tell-all book.
Royal expert Margaret Holder, author of Diana: the caring princessweighed her concerns, telling Daily Mail, “She’s had enough time in the royal fold to learn decades-old secrets that could cause embarrassment and heartache for the Queen and her family, but could make a fortune for Meghan.”
Holder continued: “The revelation that Meghan rediscovered what she was writing in her diary at Frogmore Cottage must set off some warning signs for the Royal Family.”
According to the author, Meghan could use the diary to “settle scores”.
She noted: “For Meghan, a book about her time with the Royal Family offers a great opportunity to settle scores, name those who have offended her and hit back at a system she didn’t understand and didn’t want. learn.”
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