Meghan Markle’s latest news-if the memoirs are “inaccurate”, the former assistants of Prince Harry and the Duchess may “take legal action”
If the Duke’s memoirs are “inaccurate”, the royal aides “can take legal action against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry”
According to reports, in the book that the Duke of Sussex will publish next year, the staff is ready to accept a series of blockbuster charges.
Last week, Harry announced that he will publish a memoir next year-as Her Majesty the Queen celebrates the 70th anniversary of his service-in which he will tell about “experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons”.
But according to the Daily Mail, a small group of staff who reportedly work for the Duke and Duchess are now worried that the book might promote false accounts of the treatment they received while living in the UK.
A royal insider told the website: “Harry and Meghan’s former staff are convinced that this book was written to solve problems and may contain many details about their lives in the royal family.
“According to an interview with Oprah Winfrey, some of these former employees simply did not believe that they would present complete and accurate pictures.
“Discussions have begun on what measures they can take to protect their reputation and the reputation of the monarchy after publication.”