Meghan Markle knows one move that would 'sell millions' but King Charles is 'filled with horror'

Harry and Meghan at the State Governor House in Lagos, Nigeria
Harry and Meghan at the State Governor House in Lagos, Nigeria -Credit:AFP via Getty Images

Meghan Markle is aware that a significant move could potentially earn her 'millions', but the idea fills King Charles with 'horror'.

This insight comes from a Royal expert who suggests that the Duchess of Sussex is fully aware that a memoir detailing her time as a member of the British Royal Family would be a bestseller. However, according to Royal author and commentator Tom Quinn, the thought of Meghan writing a revealing memoir, possibly with contributions from Prince Harry, fills King Charles with dread.

Quinn told The Mirror that Charles "is not in a forgiving mood" and Prince Harry is "in no mood to apologise".

Following the release of his memoir 'Spare' in January 2023, where Harry confessed to leaving out certain details with enough material for a second book, tensions have escalated. Quinn disclosed: "For all her efforts to make a success of her new online business, America Riviera Orchard, Meghan knows that a personal memoir of her time in the UK as a working royal would sell millions of copies and make her the sort of money she craves."

He further remarked, "She is also acutely aware that such a book would only boost traffic to her new online business. All this fills King Charles with horror because Harry is bound to be a major contributor to the book. And we know there is a lot more material. After the publication of Spare, Harry himself said he had enough material for two books. With all this hanging over his head, Charles is not in a forgiving mood."

"If Harry were to say to his father and brother, 'Look I've gone too far. I'll stay quiet now and there will be no more embarrassing revelations,' it might be different. But Harry is in no mood to apologise like his wife, he still believes that all the apologies need to come from his family."

These revealing remarks by the Royal author come hot on the heels of Prince Harry's visit to the UK for the 10-year anniversary celebration of the Invictus Games. During this visit, he did not meet with his father or Prince William.

However, at the Invictus Games service at St Paul's Cathedral in London, Harry shared cordial exchanges with his late mother, Princess Diana's siblings, Earl Spencer and Lady Jane Fellowes, despite none of the senior royals being present at the ceremony.

Quite soon, the Prince of Wales was in attendance at his first Buckingham Palace garden party of the year. The initial anticipation was for Harry and Charles to cross paths, however, with the latter's "full programme", this plan could not be realised, revealed the Duke's spokesperson via a statement: "It unfortunately will not be possible due to His Majesty's full programme."

Although there's still hope for a future encounter between the two royals; the statement further suggested a reunion on the horizon. It continued, "The Duke of course is understanding of his father's diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon."

After Harry's fleeting visit to England, the Sussexes ventured off together to Nigeria for talks about the Invictus Games. They spent time visiting local charities, engaging in a fundraiser for Nigeria's soldiers wounded in the offensive against Islamic extremists and other armed factions, and were also present at the Lagos State Government House.