It seems that Meghan Markle and Harry they no longer have any restraints and now they throw poison even on Queen Elizabeth in the latest edition of Finding Freedom, the first biography of the couple that caused a sensation in 2020, even if it later turned out to be an editorial flop. But the Sussexes bring in the lawyers.
The renewed version of Finding Freedom also broke another taboo, in addition to the inviolability of the figure of Her Majesty, it was released in American bookstores on August 31, the anniversary of Lady Diana’s death. For 34 years this day has lived in the recollection of William and Harry who even last year had laid down their arms in memory of their mother. But evidently something has changed, as the Daily Mail points out, if such a sad anniversary is shaken by the release of a book that promises to create new friction.
To be fair, one of the book’s authors, Omid Scobie, illustrated how Harry and Meghan Markle could mend ties with the Royal Family and the Sovereign, recognizing their responsibilities.
In fact, the writer stresses that the blame for the fracture is to be distributed to both parties who must recognize their own missteps that have led to an almost unbearable situation. But the Sussexes are not innocent victims either. “They have to admit their failures and their mistakes over the past 18 months. They have to stop behaving as if they are completely innocent. “
Richard Kay, signature of the Daily Mail, however, is very critical of Finding Freedom and of course the Sussex who, in his opinion, this time also pointed the finger at the Queen, the only one who has always extended a hand towards them. .
In the new version of the book, created despite the fact that it was a failure in terms of sales, a chapter was added which, according to the commentator, “is full of selfish reflections on the events that have affected the couple in the last year”. Kay suggests the hypothesis that it may not even have been authorized, but it would very effectively show that Harry and Meghan Markle always want to have the last word. In particular, the reporter refers to the accusation of racism that the couple launched against the Royal Family during the interview with Oprah Winfrey. Elisabetta replied with an internal investigation at the Palazzo to clarify the matter but also reiterated that “memories may vary”.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand argue in the book that these “three words did not go unnoticed by Meghan and Harry”, underlining their disappointment that the Royals did not take full responsibility for what happened. Kay finds such a dig at the Queen unacceptable.
And it continues in the analysis of the new chapter where the authors underline how the Sussex accusations can seriously threaten the stability of the Monarchy and suggest that Harry and Meghan could have revealed the name of the member of the Royal Family they were referring to but preferred to keep quiet. However, Kay points out, host Jeremy Clarkson offers another version, namely that the Sussexes didn’t say who it was because in fact he is not a close member of the Royal Family.
In any case, Harry and Meghan have distanced themselves from the new edition of Finding Freedom, bringing in their lawyers who said: “The authors do not speak for our clients”.