Meghan Markle is writing her first children’s book ‘based on her rescue dogs’ amid plans to become a published author
- The Duchess of Sussex will follow in the literary footsteps of Prince Charles
- The book will be a work of fiction not related to her life as a Royal
- It comes after she guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue
Meghan Markle plans to become a published author and is already writing her first book.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, is wanting to write a children’s book which could feature her beloved rescue dogs, according to a royal insider.
She will follow in the footsteps of Prince Charles and Sarah Ferguson who have both penned successful children’s books.
Meghan Markle is writing her first book which is likely to include her beloved rescue dogs (pictured)
A royal insider said the book will be a work of fiction and will not be about her life as a Royal
Meghan’s book will not be about her life as a Royal and will be a work of fiction for children, according to sources at The Sun.
A royal insider said: ‘Meghan is going to become a published author and is very excited about it.
‘She loves animals and her rescue dogs so it’s very likely they will be incorporated into the story.
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‘Any book will absolutely not be some sort of tell-all about her life in the royal family.’
The source said the plans are in their early stages and will not be formally announced for some time.
The Duchess’s burgeoning literary ambitions have come after she guest-edited the fashion magazine British Vogue
Prince Charles released a children’s book in 1980 called The Old Man of Lochnagar which was later made into an animated short film by the BBC
The Duchess’s burgeoning literary ambitions have come after she guest-edited the fashion magazine British Vogue.
Prince Charles released a children’s book in 1980 called The Old Man of Lochnagar which was later made into an animated short film by the BBC.
Meanwhile Sarah, the Duchess of York, wrote a series of books about Budgie the Little Helicopter which become a successful TV show running for three series.
Other royals to have tried their hand at literature include Princess Michael of Kent and Princess Martha Louise of Norway.