Meghan Markle ‘will be dreading’ new book written by ‘planet’s most feared biographer’

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Meghan Markle "will be dreading" a new biography that is set to be written about her, it has been reported.

The 39 year old is set to be the subject of a new book by writer Tom Bower, who is noted as "one of the planet's most feared celebrity biographers."

Tom has previously written the life stories of the likes of Simon Cowell, Prince Charles and Boris Johnson, but is believed to be using The Duchess of Sussex for his latest muse.

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It is believed that Tom will begin writing the book next year, spending 2021 researching and speaking to Meghan and her husband Prince Harry's friends, enemies and associates.

A source said of the upcoming book: "This is the book Meghan will be dreading. Tom doesn't pull his punches, and is terrifyingly thorough in his research. No stone will be left unturned.

"Tom has previously worked with some of his subjects, and even spent time trailing them, but it has been made perfectly clear to him that this will not be an option with Meghan.


"She wants no part of it. Given the events of recent weeks and months, this book will be dynamite – he reckons this is just the tip of the iceberg, and more will emerge over the next 12 months," the insider continued to tell The Sun.

Reports of the untitled book about Meghan, who will welcome her second child this summer, come as The Guardian's royal commentator Barbara Ellen wrote a blistering opinion piece on the her and Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey.

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She wrote: "Is this a good look for the 'global philanthropy'-minded couple? Put it this way: has Michelle Obama ever sat on a TV sofa b***hing about her sister-in-law?

"While it's accepted that such behaviour is offensive to the royals, it's forgotten that it's also the antithesis of how the mega-rich, uber-influential, notoriously private elite conduct themselves.

"The Sussexes aren't going after standard-issue celebrity: one doubts their game plan is to end up on Dancing with the Stars.

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"This is about the higher echelons of fame, at least Beyoncé/Clooney level, maybe Obama/Gates, considering those philanthropic impulses, a bit of swishing around with earnestly normcore billionaires or trillionaires, tech moguls and the like."

Barbara went on suggest that the likes of celebrity Meghan and Harry seemingly aspire to be like are "a discreet breed, living in micro-managed worlds, operating a strict privacy-first code."

Adding: "These people are unlikely to feel true kinship with people who give explosive gut-spilling interviews, never mind leak private family conversations to showbiz journalists."

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