Meghan could release her own memoir after Harry’s huge ‘Spare’ success, report

Meghan: The much-awaited autobiography Spare by Prince Harry was published last week. Overnight, it became a huge hit; it is estimated to have sold more than a million copies in just the first day.

The Prince made numerous revelations about his and Meghan Markle’s life as members of the British Royal Family. In general, it was very engrossing to read, so those who liked the book may be in luck.

According to some sources, the world may get to see the events that led to Harry and Meghan’s relationship, marriage, employment within the Royal Family, and eventual separation from it, from a different angle.

Since Harry published his book, Meghan Markle has largely remained silent. Different experts have different theories for why that is, but an intriguing theory has recently come to light.

According to a royal insider, publisher Penguin Random House may pressure Meghan to publish her own memoir following the huge success of Spare.

Harry’s book, Spare, has been available for a week at this point. There have been numerous responses, both favorable and unfavorable. The fact that it has unquestionably been a huge success story for him and his publisher, however, is something about which there can be no doubt.

Spare is on its way to becoming the fastest-selling non-fiction book ever, according to Harry’s publisher, Penguin Random House. On its first day, the book generated sales of 400,000 copies in print, electronic, and audio formats.

According to Larry Finlay, managing director of Transworld Penguin Random House, “We always knew this book would fly, but it is exceeding even our most bullish expectations.”

Harry’s enormous achievement with “Spare”
We are aware of no books featuring the other Harry (Potter) that have sold more copies in their first day.

Harry’s memoir is currently the best-selling book on the UK Amazon site. It is currently anticipated to be 2023’s biggest seller.

More data were released by Penguin Random House on Thursday, including the fact that Spare’s first day of sales in the UK, US, and Canada saw 1.4 million copies sold. There were a total of 16 languages used for its global release.

Even though portions of the book were widely leaked before it was published, coverage of its contents has continued online and in print media.

Gina Centrello, president and publisher of the Random House Group, said, “Spare is the story of someone we may have thought we already knew, but now we can truly come to understand Prince Harry through his own words.”

Spare is a book that demands to be read, and based on these astounding first-day sales, readers clearly agree. We are proud to publish it, she continued.

Harry will undoubtedly be happy about the success, not least because it has allowed him to become a Guinness World Record holder. Harry reportedly received $20 million for writing the book.

A Guinness World Record holder, Harry

Guinness World Records has revealed on its website that Harry’s autobiography has broken the record for fastest-selling non-fiction book ever. 1.43 million copies were officially sold on its first day of release in the US, Canada, and the UK. Harry thus broke the previous record set by Barack Obama’s fourth book, A Promised Land, which sold 887,000 copies on the day of release.

Even though Spare was eagerly anticipated, it seems that it might have harmed his standing with the British populace. Only 24% of UK citizens still view him favorably, according to a recent YouGov poll that was published in The Times. With 68 percent of those surveyed being critical of him, that percentage is down from 80 percent a decade ago.

The survey found that Harry and Meghan’s popularity among people over 65 was even lower than that of Prince Andrew.

Harry’s book, which was ghostwritten by American journalist J.R. Moehringer, who also wrote memoirs for tennis player Andre Agassi and billionaire Phil Knight, has undoubtedly sparked a variety of responses.

“Two books could have been the case.”
Unsurprisingly, the Royal Family is not among those who have expressed their reactions. It makes sense to assume that will remain the case since no one from the Firm has commented on the book as of the time of writing.

The Netflix documentary about Harry and Meghan, which aired in December, is comparable. The show’s creators disclosed that they tried to get a response from the Palace but received none. Some people assert that Netflix never inquired about a comment in the first place.

Despite the fact that Harry made many revelations in his book, many of them were left out. The Prince revealed that the first draft of his book was 800 pages long in an interview with The Telegraph.

Put another way, it could have been two books, Harry said, adding that there were some things he just chose to leave out.

“There are some things that have happened that I just don’t want the world to know, particularly between me and my brother and to a lesser extent between me and my father. Since I don’t believe they would ever pardon me.

And there were other passages that I discussed with J.R. Moehringer and told him, “Look, I’m telling you this for context, but there’s absolutely no way I’m putting it in there,” Harry continued.

As previously mentioned, Harry’s publisher Penguin Random House is obviously thrilled with the outcome of the book, and it makes sense to assume that Harry could theoretically write a second book using the material that wasn’t included in the Spare manuscript.

Meghan may publish her own memoir, according to a source.
But interestingly, there might be another enormous undertaking in the works.

According to a senior industry source, Penguin Random House has been “left speechless” by the success of Harry’s book, and “the pressure is on” to persuade Meghan Markle to pen one as well.

With the publisher, Harry and Meghan agreed to a four-book deal that reportedly included a staggering $20 million advance. Despite this, it’s possible that Harry’s book will earn more than $120 million in worldwide royalties.

Nobody anticipated the kind of sales figures we are seeing, the source told the news organization.

“Harry could easily surpass the Obamas’ combined book sales, who are currently the joint best-selling authors for the company. The pressure is on to publish Meghan’s account of what happened, both with the Royal Family and her own family in America, as soon as possible, ideally early next year to pick up sales when Spare demand slows down.

While the Sussexes are reportedly presently working on a leadership book, the source suggested that Meghan should start considering concentrating on a memoir of her own.

Without a doubt, such a book would rise to the top of Penguin Random House’s priorities.

They believe Meghan’s story in her own words can sell even more, particularly in the US, after seeing Harry’s sales, the insider claimed.

Meghan may pen a “bombshell tell-all” memoir.
It is uncertain whether Meghan will publish a memoir. She will, however, according to royal commentator Andre Phillips, who likens her and Harry to former president Barack Obama and his wife, the former first lady Michelle Obama.

I wouldn’t be shocked if she published a book on her own, Phillips said.

“I genuinely believe that they’re attempting to emulate the Obamas in some way, as Barack had a book and Michelle has one as well. Therefore, I believe she will undoubtedly publish her explosive tell-all.

Harry spent months in the public eye before Spare was released. He shared a lot of information about his life, upbringing, and the Royal Family through the Netflix documentary, interviews, and the tell-all book.

His assertion that he wasn’t invited to William and Kate’s home after the birth of his nephew, Prince George, his description of Camilla as “dangerous,” and his description of a physical altercation with his older brother were among the most interesting things he revealed. Additionally, he spoke openly about his time spent in Afghanistan and occasionally spoke on behalf of his wife, Meghan.

Meghan claimed that Kate Middleton had made her cry over the flower-girl dresses on her wedding day in their infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey, directly refuting earlier claims made by the tabloid press.

“My feelings were seriously hurt. The wedding week was very challenging. She was also upset about something, but she took responsibility for it and apologized. She also brought me flowers and an apology note, said Meghan.

Harry revealed tense messages between Meghan-Kate.
“I believe that a lot of what I have observed [in the media] is based on the polarity theory, which holds that you don’t have to despise her if you love me. You don’t have to hate me if you love her.

Between Meghan and Kate, things were already tense at that point. Both individuals saw one another for the first time in a long time when they both attended Queen Elizabeth’s funeral last fall. It’s interesting to note that at the time, reports claimed Kate and Meghan never spoke to one another.

With the publication of a number of confidential texts from the days preceding his and Meghan’s wedding, Harry provided fresh information in his book Spare about what exactly transpired between Kate and Meghan in 2018.

They were centered on Princess Charlotte, Meghan’s niece and Kate’s daughter, who was required to wear a particular dress as a flower girl at the St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor.

None of the “french couture” dresses worn by the flower girls had been fitted before being made. Harry stated that some adjustments would therefore likely be required.

Of course, it was a very stressful time for Meghan. She was battling with her father, Thomas Markle, who had leaked pictures to the paparazzi in addition to worrying about the wedding.

Harry asserts that Kate declined to meet with Meghan’s tailor.
In his book, Harry described how, after a text conversation with Kate, he discovered his soon-to-be wife “sobbing on the floor.” Kate texted Meghan, according to Harry, saying, “Charlotte’s dress is too big, too long, and too baggy. When she tried it on at home, she sobbed.

Harry initially asserted that Kate refused to visit Meghan’s tailor at Kensington Palace to have the dress altered. But in the end, every bridesmaid’s dress had to be altered, and new ones had to be made.

Harry additionally asserted that Kate spoke with her “own wedding designer” about the dress issues.

Meg enquired as to Kate’s awareness of the current situation. Harry said, “With her father. Kate claimed that while she was aware, it was the dresses. The wedding is in four days as well!

“I’m at a loss for words. Please take Charlotte to see Ajay if the dress doesn’t fit. According to Harry, Meghan texted Kate, “He’s been waiting all day.

“A short while later I got home and found Meg on the floor,” Harry continued. Sobbing,” he said, adding that he was “horrified” to see his future wife in that state on the floor.

“It was painful, but only for a while. I assured her that Kate hadn’t intended any harm,” Harry said.

In Spare, Harry also asserted that Kate had “problems with the way Meg was planning her wedding. Something about a page boys’ party? Back and forth it went.

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