A tell-all biography of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will ‘plunge relations with the royal family to an all time low’, according to reports.
Sources say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will ‘settle scores’ in the book.
‘Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family,’ has been written by royal watchers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.
A source said they were expecting a ‘revisionist’ version of events regarding the couple’s engagement, marriage and former role as working royals.
The authors have been described as supporters of the couple and claim their book has been written with the participation of sources close to Meghan and Harry.
There have even been reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke personally to the authors – though this has not been confirmed.
The Daily Mail ‘s royal editor says the book is set to ‘plunge relations with the royal family to an all time low’.
Reports say they were worried when they heard the biography was being planned and so sent their staff to speak to the authors but realised it would be a ‘hagiography’.
Extracts from the biography will be seen for the first time this weekend and the book will be published next month.
A source told the Daily Mail: “It’s going to be the gospel according to Meghan and Harry, so to speak.
“Everything that has happened in terms of Megxit will be seen through the prism of their take on events.
“What it’s unlikely to reveal, however, is how it subsequently emerged that Harry and Meghan had been quietly plotting their ‘exit’ from the Royal Family for at least nine months before they finally announced their decision to quit in January this year.”