Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s popularity has faded in recent months.
It may have been one of the most talked about celebrity memoirs in history, but it wasn’t for the best reasons.
Prince Harry’s memoir ‘Spare’ became an instant best-seller, but the public’s response wasn’t exactly what he hoped for. The book was eye-opening and quite moving in parts, but readers failed to relate to the millionaire prince and his struggles.
Months after its release, Meghan Markle is now regretting encouraging her husband to write the book.
According to reports, the former actress is concerned that the memoir damaged their popularity rather than increasing it.
A source told Heat Magazine:
“Meghan can now see that, whether it’s fair or not, they are being viewed as these professional whiners.
“It’s not as simple as her distancing herself, because she has to be seen as fully supportive of Harry.”
“She’s now regretting that she wasn’t more hands-on or involved when he was putting his book together.
“This theory that she micromanaged what he wrote or had any say in the manuscript is totally wrong.
“It was Harry’s book and she let him get on with it,” they added.
‘Spare’ revealed Harry’s biggest fallouts with his family and his complicated relationship with stepmother Camilla. The royals were reportedly furious when the book was released.
‘Spare’ reportedly damaged his relationship with both King Charles and brother, Prince William even further.
Meghan wants to focus on solo projects as she grows concerned about their reputation.
The source told Heat that she is on a different career path to Harry.
“It’s a mess she feels stems from Harry’s decision to go after the family in the way he did.”