The latest book synopsis states: “Meghan Markle misunderstood is a groundbreaking novel that sets the record straight on the world’s most talked-about, falsely vilified, and misrepresented celebrity.”
But the new title also deals with other aspects of her more recent public life which she faced with harsh scrutiny.
Meghan Markle’s new biography
Mr Smith published six bestsellers for the Sunday Times, including biographies of Tom Jones, Kate Middleton and Robbie Williams.
He was described as a “fearless chronicler” by the Guardian, who specializes in in-depth analysis. Heading “on the trail” to expose the true individual behind their public profile.
Editor Zoe Berville reached an agreement with Gordon Wise at Curtis Brown on all language protection worldwide.
Mr Smith explained that during her time in South Africa. The ITV documentary released last year made him realize something. He realized that he wanted to write about the story of Meghan and her accomplishments in life.
The celebrity biographer said: “I watched the TV documentary last November in which Meghan Markle confided that enduring anything was not enough, it wasn’t the point of life.
The Duchess spoke up about the challenges of living in the public spotlight in the ITV series, Harry & Meghan: An African Trip.
Of the representation of her by the British media, she told ITV’s Tom Bradby. “I never thought it would be simple. But I thought it would be honest and that’s the aspect that’s very difficult to accept.”
“I have said to H — that’s what I call him — for a long time. It’s also not enough just to survive something, right? That’s not the point of life.
About the author’s current contract, Ms Berville said: “I ‘m also pleased about releasing the upcoming book by Sean. Meghan Misunderstood is in equal measure riveting and thought-provoking, carefully studied, expertly designed and argued with zeal.