The children’s book released this year is not the Duchess’ first book!
Duchess Meghan is currently a hit with her newly published children’s book, but the former actress and Queen appears to have been a writer for a long time.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan seem to be able to build a life on the other side of the ocean. In addition to their Netflix deal and podcast, the Sussex family is also a hit in bookstores.
Megans children’s book the seat It tops the list of best sellers in the United States. Meghan drew the book from the relationship between Prince Harry and Archie – and it’s not the first time the Duchess has written a story about her own experience.
Long before Meghan became famous as an actress and as a royal, she actually wrote a piece of prose. She was only 13 or 14 years old at the time, but the book was published.
at A face without freckles, a night without stars (“A freckle-free face is like a starless night”) Megan rhymes how much she loves freckles.
“Some people think freckles are weird, but I don’t agree. Because if I didn’t have freckles, I wouldn’t really be me,” reads the passage we can read in the photos above.
About the author, the book reads: “Meghan Markle on Taher Al-Qalb High School In Los Angeles, California, she enjoys watching TV, spending time with her friends, and participating in musicals. Megan wrote this book as a school project and hopes to continue writing throughout her high school years. She wants to thank her “mother” and “father”, who took the time and effort to help her. Megan submitted the book to the Copyright Office in 1996 and there are a few copies in print.!
Meghan still appreciates her freckles.
“It bothers me when my skin color changes and my freckles go away during a photoshoot,” the actress said in 2017. “For everyone who has freckles, I want to share something my dad used to say: A face without freckles is like a night without stars.” Meghan and her dad may not get along now, but the Duchess owes him the title of her first book.
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