MEGHAN Markle’s sister Samantha has said her bombshell memoir will make the Duchess “uncomfortable” but that the Royal Family will “like it.”
Samantha Markle’s book, The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1, is out in the US on Friday.
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Samantha Markle, Meghan’s older sister, told The Sun on Sunday her book out this week is not a tell-all memoir on Meghan, but will make her sibling feel uncomfortable.
The Royal Family will not “be unhappy” with the 330-page book, she added.
Samantha, 56, said: “There is something in it for everyone. It has been an interesting journey.
“It deals with my life and my perspective on several issues in the road as they intersect with this royal event in history.
“There was an awful lot going on as this royal fairytale fell off the tea towels.
“How that affects us as people and how the world reacted and what it really meant to us as a family.
“There was a lot going on behind closed doors that the world didn’t know.”
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
She added that it has always been her goal to tell the truth, and to out the shocking and inspiring ways in which they live their life.
Samantha continued: “This has never been a slamming tell-all story.
“Whatever the reader is looking for there is something for everyone and I hope the world will love it.
“I think the Royal Family will like it and will enjoy it and nothing they should be uncomfortable with. I hope they find it warm, funny, honest and heartfelt.
“I wrote it respectfully knowing they would see it and not concerned there is anything they will be unhappy about.
“I don’t know how to get hold of Meghan and I never got a copy of Finding Freedom from her in the mail.
“People with nothing to hide have nothing to fear. The truth is the truth. One’s comfort level is wherever the truth is a priority or not for the individual.
“Meghan will be in there.”
Samantha then went on to say that she didn’t know if her sister Meghan would be comfortable with the memoir.
MARKLE HER WORDS
She added: “I don’t know if she (Meghan) will be comfortable with it. Some things she will and some things she won’t.
“It’s fair and balanced. Naturally, some things she will like and some things she won’t.
“Truth is stranger than fiction and I have predicated myself on the truth.
“It was never meant to be a slamming tell-all and be frivolous and meaningless.”
Samantha, 56, is the eldest daughter of Thomas Markle, 76. She has been a vocal critic of Meghan, once calling her “a shallow social climber” with “a soft spot for gingers”.
Meghan, 39, has slammed the claims as “absurd” and said her half-sister hardly knows her.
The memoir has been in the pipeline for four years and Meghan was said to have been “in tears” when she first heard her half-sister was writing it.
The book is currently unable to be shipped to Britain due to Covid-19 restrictions.