Following Harry’s enormous success with “Spare,” some suggest that Meghan may publish her own memoir

The much-awaited autobiography Spare by Prince Harry was published last week. Overnight, it became a huge smash; it is estimated to have sold more than a million copies in just the first day.

The Prince made numerous revelations about his and Meghan Markle’s existence as members of the British Royal Family. In general, it was really engrossing to read, so those who liked the book may be in luck.


According to some sources, the world may get to see the events that led to Harry and Meghan’s relationship, marriage, employment inside the Royal Family, and eventual separation from it, from a different angle.

Since Harry published his book, Meghan Markle has largely remained silent. Different experts have different theories about why that is, but an intriguing theory has recently come to light.


According to a royal insider, publisher Penguin Random House may pressure Meghan to produce her own memoir following the huge success of Spare.

Harry’s book, Spare, has been available for a week at this point. There have been several responses, both favourable and unfavourable. The fact that it has unquestionably been a huge success story for him and his publisher, though, is something about which there can be no dispute.

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Spare is on its way to being the fastest-selling non-fiction book ever, according to Harry’s publisher, Penguin Random House. On its first day, the book generated sales of 400,000 copies in print, electronic, and audio versions.

According to Larry Finlay, managing director of Transworld Penguin Random House, “We always believed this book would fly, but it is exceeding even our most bullish expectations.”

But interestingly, there might be another enormous undertaking in the pipeline.

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According to a senior industry source, Penguin Random House has been “left speechless” by the popularity of Harry’s book, and “the pressure is on” to persuade Meghan Markle to pen one as well.

With the publisher, Harry and Meghan agreed to a four-book contract that reportedly included a staggering $20 million advance. Despite this, it’s possible that Harry’s book may earn more than $120 million in worldwide royalties. The figures, according to the industry insider, “took everyone by surprise.”

Nobody anticipated the kind of sales statistics we are seeing, the person told the news organisation.

“Harry may likely surpass the Obamas’ combined book sales, who are currently the joint best-selling writers for the corporation. The pressure is on to publish Meghan’s account of what happened, both with the Royal Family and her own family in America, as soon as possible, ideally early next year to pick up sales as Spare demand calms down.


While the Sussexes are reportedly presently working on a leadership book, the insider suggested that Meghan might start considering concentrating on a memoir of her own.

They believe Meghan’s tale in her own words can sell even more, particularly in the US, after seeing Harry’s sales, the insider stated.

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