‘Meghan Markle will write most of Harry’s memoirs’, claims royal photographer

Prince Harry's new tell-all book is likely to be written largely by his wife Meghan Markle – at least according to one royal photographer.

The Duke of Sussex announced the memoir on Monday explaining: "I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become."

Set to be published by Penguin Random House the book will be an "intimate and heartfelt" account of events in his life that have impacted him most.

A leading ghostwriter has already been confirmed in the deal but royal expert Arthur Edwards believes Meghan will have a major role in what gets printed.

Mr Edwards who works as a royal photographer for The Sun said: "It will be interesting to see if his wife Meghan writes most of this book — as she seems to write everything else he puts out almost on a daily basis."

Another royal insider agreed, and said: "A book by Harry, as written by Meghan."

Royal biographer Phil Dampier also thought Meghan is likely to have a hand in convincing her husband to write such a book.

Writing in the Daily Express, he issued Harry a warning that publishing the book is likely to worsen family relations.

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He said: "They will be in despair that Harry – doubtless prompted by Meghan – just won't leave it alone for a while.

"It is obvious that when Harry came over for the unveiling of Diana's statue earlier this month, no meaningful progress was made in his relationship with his father or brother.

"If he respected their opinion, he wouldn't do this book because they wouldn't approve of it.

"Harry wants to present himself as a mature family man who has learnt from his mistakes and become a wise old sage.

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"But I fear many other people will see this as yet another moneymaking exercise at the expense of his blood family'."

The comments made by the three royal exports mirror those previously made by a royal source, who claimed Meghan is the one that pulls the strings in their relationship.

A royal insider told People magazine: "She is definitely the one wearing the trousers in their relationship.

“She is a strong, opinionated woman who has her own ideas about things, and that’s one of the things he loves about her.”

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Last night publishers Penguin Random House revealed they had secured a global deal to publish Prince Harry's memoirs.

The Duke said the book will share his "mistakes and lessons learned", charting the events that have shaped him over the years.

Harry said he would reflect "the highs and lows" and be "accurate and wholly truthful".

Penguin Random House did not say when the book will be published, but it is expected to be released in late 2022.

American novelist J.R Moehringer will be ghostwriting the book.

He is a Pulitzer-winning journalist who has previously worked with tennis player Andre Agassi and the co-founder of Nike on their own memoirs.

The publishers described the book as "intimate and heartfelt" and said the memoir will cover his time in the Royal Family, army and time as a husband and father.

All proceeds of the book will be donated to charity.

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