Meghan Markle's Mission Was To Become Hollywood's Princess Diana, According To A Royal Biographer's Upcoming Book

The public has been divided about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship. While some adore the couple, others insist that she was nothing more than a division creator for the royal family.

By Gina Florio1 min read
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The battle over Meghan Markle only continues as royal biographer Tom Bower gets ready to release his latest book called Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors next week. The official book description says, "From the courtroom dramas to courtier politics, using extensive research, expert sourcing and interviews from insiders who have never spoken before, this book will uncover an astonishing story of love, betrayal, secrets and revenge."

Meghan Markle's Mission Was Allegedly To Become Hollywood's Princess Diana

Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana was loved by many around the world, and her premature death only left her fans loving her more than ever. According to Bower, Meghan was hell bent from the very beginning on becoming the next Princess Diana. She wanted to continue Diana's legacy and become just as loved by the people as the People's Princess was.

Bower alleges that the relationship between Meghan and the royal family first started to crack when she refused to reach out to her estranged father before her royal wedding. It wasn't long after that Meghan and Harry visited Australia and were given a warm welcome—apparently, this is when Meghan started to believe that she could become the Hollywood version of Princess Diana. She recalled Diana's beloved welcome in Australia years before, and Meghan was convinced that she could generate that much love all over the world.

"The Sussexes [Meghan and Harry] had convinced themselves that their Australian success blessed them with Diana’s magic. The Sussexes failed to consider that Diana’s mass appeal was charged by her vulnerability and cultivated over many years of humanitarianism. They begin to surround themselves with Hollywood insiders who assured them they could be as popular as the late princess on their own," Bower wrote in his book.

Bower told GB News earlier this year that he "found out things which are really quite extraordinary about her." He believes the public perception of her "will be either confirmed or outraged or in any case, it'll be a great surprise."

He says it's a gripping story that will have many people on the edge of their seat. Regardless of how the public feels about Meghan, this book will certainly stoke the fires of disagreement about her.