‘They now have their own voices,’ according to Harry and Meghan. – In his memoir, Duke will provide “deeper” understanding.
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry, who left the Royal Family over a year ago, “have their own voices now,” according to a royal analyst.
In March 2020, Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 36, resigned from top royal roles to pursue a new life in Los Angeles and became financially self-sufficient. Omid Scobie, a royal analyst who penned an unofficial biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, claims the couple “have their own voices” and expects Harry’s memoir would provide a “deeper” insight into his personal life next year. Mr Scobie addressed the charges while discussing the changes he and co-author Caroline Durand made to their book, which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have distanced themselves from after denying suspicions of collaboration with the authors.
“I think one of the main things that has changed since the original Finding Freedom came out is that Harry and Meghan have their own voices now,” Mr Scobie told Royally Obsessed.
“They have the freedom to tell their story when and how they want, and we’ve heard Harry plans to issue his memoir next autumn.
“I’m sure we’ll learn even more about elements of his life that only he knows about.
“Writing Finding Freedom in the first place was extremely essential because it allowed me to share the tale of two people who couldn’t tell their stories at the time.
“In a way, we’ve come to the end of that road.
“It is no longer the responsibility of others to try to break the record.”
Harry made an unexpected cameo at the GQ Awards on Wednesday night, prompting his remarks.
The scientists who worked on the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine applauded the Duke of Sussex’s remarks encouraging governments to immunize poorer countries.
At the 2021 GQ Men of the Year Awards, Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Professor Catherine Green were named heroes of the year.
The duke, who made a surprise virtual appearance at the star-studded wedding, introduced them.
Harry gave a speech in which he blamed vaccination hesitation on “masses of misinformation” and called for vaccines to be supplied to underprivileged countries.
Prof Green, who was part of the team that created the AstraZeneca vaccine, agreed with him.
“We didn’t know,” she told the PA news agency.
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