Meghan Markle’s ‘diary’ could be ‘ticking timebomb’ for Royal Family

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Meghan Markle reportedly has a secret weapon up her sleeve in the form of a diary that could be a 'ticking timebomb' for the Royal Family.

According to a source, the Duchess of Sussex kept a journal documenting her life with Prince Harry in the UK.

And if its contents are ever revealed it could further rock Buckingham Palace, already reeling from the Oprah Winfrey interview.

The rumoured first-person memoirs have the potential to fetch millions in a bidding war and be turned into a best-selling autobiography.

It comes amid fresh speculation over what Meghan and Harry's next move will be following their bombshell interview with Oprah, which divided the nation.

One source told the Mirror in May: “The fact they may exist and could contain material to embarrass the Royal Family is enough to make anyone feel uncomfortable, even though right now there is no reason to believe she has plans to publish.

“Her account of some of the more difficult times would worry everyone in the royal household.”

But Brittani Barger, Deputy Editor of Royal Central, does not believe Meghan would release the diary contents.

She told Daily Star: "If Meghan did keep a diary, right now, I don't think she would release a tell-all book. The Sussexes have said their piece, and we understand they don't intend to do any other interviews like the one they did with Oprah. Based on that, I don't think that she would release a tell-all book."

She continued: "If she was to release one at some point in the future, the amount of damage to the Royal Family would really depend on what all is included.

"If she named names – like who made the comment about Archie's skin tone – then that could be quite damaging. The same could be said for naming names of who wouldn't let her get help when she was suicidal."

Before Meghan met Harry, and as a young actress on the cusp of Hollywood fame, she would return from set and spill out her thoughts into a blog.

She shared everything on her website The Tig – from her diet and exercise routine to advice on work and love.

And three million Instagram fans, 800,000 Facebook and 350,000 Twitter followers all hung on The Suits star’s every word.

Then Meghan met Harry.

On royal aides’ advice, her social media was wiped clean in January 2017, two months after the royal engagement. The Tig followed in April that year.

But Meghan, 39, reportedly kept writing private diaries during her two tempestuous years inside the Royal Family after her marriage.

And it’s feared that The Tig was simply replaced – by a potential ticking timebomb.

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward previously said: “Michelle Obama got £48million for her book deal, and Meghan could double or triple that. I think she’ll hang out to write her own – making the royal household far more nervous.”

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Andrew Morton, the author of Diana's biography, Diana: Her True Story, told the Daily Mail: "She [Meghan] is a good writer, with a nice turn of phrase. Remember she studied English in her first year at Northwestern College."

Meanwhile, no subject was 'off-limits' in the Oprah interview. It saw Meghan lay bare how she felt trapped, without a voice, and suicidal.

She claimed there had been concerns and conversations about how dark Archie's skin colour would be.

The Duchess also set the record straight over an incident in which it was claimed she made Kate Middleton cry and revealed it was actually the reverse that had happened.

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The Palace released a statement afterwards saying: "The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan.

"The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.

“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much-loved family members.”

Last month, the couple confirmed they were permanently quitting royal duties following a one-year review of 'Megxit'.

They have since founded organisation Archewell, which includes a podcast on Spotify.

The pair, who live in Montecito, Santa Barbara, are also expecting their second child, a girl, in the summer.

Daily Star approached Meghan and Harry for a comment.

  • Meghan Markle
  • Prince Harry
  • Royal Family
  • Oprah Winfrey

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