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Meghan and Harry ‘humiliated’ due to plummeting book sales


Meghan and Harry ‘humiliated’ due to plummeting book sales


The bombshell biography of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is now available for 99p, only five months after it was first released.

The book, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, drew criticism for its glowing praise and intimate knowledge of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, 35 and 39. Nevertheless, the pair said they were not consulted and did not contribute to the book.

The pair have been left red-faced once again, only five months since its publication, with reports that the book is still being flogged for as little as 99p.

The “explosive” biography, published by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, seems to have lost its allure, according to mixed accounts, with people trying to offer sell it for next to nothing.

On eBay, it seems to be having difficulty receiving offers, with one vendor selling a £1.98 ‘buy it now’ bid with free shipping.

It comes only months after Finding Freedom was proclaimed a bestseller in the United Kingdom, with 31,000 copies sold in the first five days of its publication, according to Nielsen Book records.


Storm Huntley, a television host, said on the Jeremy Vine show that fans can now purchase the book for a pound and still have change.

“So Harry and Meghan’s explosive book, the one with all the insights into the Royal Family, Finding Freedom… it started off being sold for £20 and now you can purchase it for 99p,” Storm began.

“You can actually get change for a pound when you buy it. So clearly our interest in the couple is waning and our interest in this book is non-existent.”

The biography provides insight into Meghan and Harry’s lives as senior royals, as well as information on their shocking departure from the family.

It discusses the supposed rift between brothers Harry and William, as well as their wives’ friendship.

Finding Freedom’s recorded lack of enthusiasm is a far cry from the book’s initial hype, which saw it reach number one on the first day of its pre-order publication.

“Go beyond the headlines for the first time and discover the true story of Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex,” co-author Omid said at the time on Twitter.

Though they did not interview the pair, Scobie said that “many” friends provided them with information, offering “a lens to the couple through their friends and circle of aides.”

The writers could be the ‘real winners’ from the publication of Finding Freedom, according to Royal expert Katie Nicholl.

‘The irony of Finding Freedom is that, locked down in their rented mansion in LA, the Sussexes have less freedom than they did when they lived in Windsor,’ she wrote in Vanity Fair.


Meghan Markle Admits She Contributed to Finding Freedom

The Duchess of Sussex has acknowledged that she assisted the writers of Finding Freedom, the explosive memoir about her early years with Prince Harry, though only to correct her father’s negative narrative. Meghan claimed she interfered and permitted a friend to meet with the book’s writers because she was afraid that her “father’s narrative,” that she had cut him off, might be replicated, according to records filed with the High Court.

Meghan said she permitted a friend to talk to the writers about Finding Freedom in the final declaration she would make to the court in her pending case against the Mail on Sunday’s parent corporation, Associated Newspapers. After her father, Thomas Markle, said he had had no interaction with his daughter after the royal wedding, a friend reported that she had written a letter to him. Meghan claims she told the writers her side of the tale “so the true position… could be communicated to the authors to prevent any further misrepresentation.”

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