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Meghan Markle reveals Archie's reaction to her new book The Bench

Meghan Markle has revealed that her two-year-old son, Archie Harrison, is a big fan of her new children's book, The Bench. Speaking in her first interview since her daughter's birth, the Duchess appeared on NPR's radio show Morning Edition Sunday on Father's Day. Speaking to journalist Samantha Balaban alongside her...
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Prince William and Prince Harry Had 'Fierce and Bitter' Argument Over Meghan Markle Bullying Claims

Sensational new claims about the fracturing of the close relationship between between Prince William and Prince Harry have emerged in a new book by historian Robert Lacey. Lacey has updated Battle of Brothers: The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult with added chapters and new material, and in new excerpts in The Times newspaper in the U.K. published on Saturday, the veteran writer outlines more details of their split.
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Prince William 'Threw Harry Out' After Palace Staffer Reportedly Filed 'Bullying' Complaint Against Meghan Markle, Sparking Royal Feud

Prince William and Prince Harry's royal feud reportedly started after a palace employee filed a complaint against Meghan Markle, calling the Duchess of Sussex out for her alleged "bullying" behavior. Article continues below advertisement. According to The Sun, William decided he and Harry needed to “split” households in March 2019...
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Meghan Markle to give first interview since Lilibet's birth

Meghan Markle will give her first interview on Sunday (June 20) since welcoming her second child with Prince Harry, daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. Omid Scbobie, Royal Editor at Harper's Bazaar US, confirmed the interview in a tweet on Friday (June 18). "Fresh off the heels of her first children’s book...
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Meghan Markle Shares Her Father's Day Gift to Prince Harry in First Interview Since Oprah Winfrey

The inspiration behind Meghan Markle's new book came straight from her first Father's Day gift to Prince Harry. In a new interview with NPR Weekend Edition—her first since that Earth-shattering Oprah Winfrey interview—the Duchess of Sussex opened up about the origin story of her children's book, The Bench. While the beautifully illustrate best-seller was inspired by a poem she wrote to Prince Harry after welcoming baby Archie in 2019, that was only part of the gift. The poem, she explained, was engraved on a plaque on the back of a bench, which reads, "This is your bench/Where life will begin/ For you and our son/ Our baby, our kin."
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Meghan Markle comes out of maternity leave to share a statement

Having recently welcomed their daughter Lilibet into the world, both Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry said they'd be taking some time off of work to spend with their growing family. However, The Duchess of Sussex has now briefly come out of maternity leave to share a statement with royal and literary enthusiasts the world over – as her children's book, The Bench, soars to number one of the New York Times bestsellers chart.
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Oprah Winfrey refused to be godmother to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently became parents for the second time. The couple had a baby girl. The baby was named Lilibet Diana. In the media, information about the future baptism of the girl has already begun to appear. The main question that interests the public is who will be chosen for the role of godparents.
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Prince William accused Meghan Markle of “kidnapping brother”

The grandson of the British Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Cambridge William accused the Duchess of Sussex Meghan of “kidnapping her brother”. This is written by British historian and biographer Robert Lacey in the new book “Battle of the brothers: William and Harry-friendship and enmity”, an excerpt from which is cited by The Sun.