Even the term ‘Megxit’ suggests that Meghan’s decision to break from royal life was largely instigated by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Yet the new authorized biography of the pair, Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan, and Creating a New Royal Family, is likely to tell a very different tale, rather than simply describing the notion as one ignited as a royal by Harry’s long-term unhappiness.
The MailOnline cites ‘sources’ as disclosing that the book shows that the Duke and Duchess ‘discussed Megxit. Before they were married’ as Harry was ‘longtime profoundly depressed.’
The Megxit book
The book has been described as ‘the true tale of Harry and Meghan,’ penned with ‘special access. Also published with the help of those closest to the pair’. Recently speaking on his podcast ‘The Heir Pod,’ journalist Omid Scobie (one of the two writers of the biography) said the following. ‘This project started about two years ago, and there were twists and turns that nobody predicted.I don’t even know.
Explaining the mechanism behind the production of the biography. Scobie continued: ‘I’ve been on so many occasions and around them as far as possible. And I have talked to so many people in their life. So that no stone has been left unturned. I’ve seen the pair be faithful in their own convictions and stand together in the face of adversities that have been carried out widely in the papers. So I’d like to see them stay faithful in their own values.
The Mail on Sunday previously announced that Scobie and his co-author, Carolyn Durand. The pair prior to their departure to North America had contacted him. Allowing comparisons with late Diana , Princess of Wales, and Andrew Morton’s biography, Diana. Her Real Story; A report said that those close to Meghan got to help Scobie and Durand. Just as the mother of Harry encouraged her friends to work with Morton. The MailOnline subsequently also claimed that for those loyal to the Royal Family. There were fears that the biography would serve as a ‘score-settling exercise.’