Meghan Markle and Prince Harry run the risk of “saturating the market with gossip” as they gear up for the publication of the Duke of Sussex’s controversial memoir, royal experts warn I’m here. However, Jonathan Sacerdoti has admitted that there is also “great interest” in his new book Spare, due out on January 10, and cast doubt on Live to Lead, his latest joint project with Netflix. .
Mr. Sacerdotti, who regularly discusses the comings and goings of the royal family on both television and radio, was speaking at a pivotal time for the Windsor family. Prince Charles is gearing up for his May coronation, and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are stepping down from front-line royal duties in his early 2020 to build a new life in the United States.
The journalist, who is also a special correspondent for the Jewish Chronicle, told Express.co.uk:
“When a book is waiting for publication and the market is saturated with family gossip and infighting, there is a risk that they may have missed the moment.
Nevertheless, he continued: A respected biographer.
“This means that despite Harry’s own lack of literary achievements, it’s likely to be relatively well-crafted.
“He’s not known as a great thinker or philosopher, but he’s good at explaining his life and his feelings, and these days he likes to share what’s on his mind.
“It’s been interesting to see how he’s trying to position himself for a new life where he wants to be a celebrity instead of working as a royal.”
Harry had already made it clear in the title of the book that he felt the need to “prove himself,” Sacerdotti suggested.
“Will this book also be part of her marketing efforts and position her in any way for future ambitions?”
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Sacerdotti then turned his attention to Sussex-backed Netflix’s latest show, which was released on December 31.
he said: Harry and Meghan aren’t known for being great leaders, but they’re known for quitting smoking. They quit working royals, they quit Britain.
“Like many of the people in the series, they have not contributed to humanity. I don’t think a cameo appearance in .
Sacerdotti noted that some of the people in the film are very famous for their work, while others are lesser-known relative to the size of the royal family.
He added: They’re just not in the same league.
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“They fall short of Nelson Mandela and Greta Thunberg when it comes to causes they want to be associated with, such as anti-racism and environmentalism.
“The story of Meghan complaining about sexist washing up liquid ads as a child doesn’t compare to Gloria Steinem’s contributions to feminism.
“Meghan spoke about playing Dolly Bird in ‘Deal or No Deal’, but what she regrets looking back is still not full feminism.
She is best known for marrying a wealthy and famous prince, but this too is no example of success by merit or fighting for gender equality. “
Express.co.uk reached out to Sussexes via Archewell for comment.