Meghan by Andrew Morton | Hardie Grant Publishing

Meghan A Hollywood Princess

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Andrew Morton’s highly acclaimed biography of Meghan Markle, first published just before her marriage to Prince Harry, reflected on the impact that Meghan had already had on the ridged traditions of the House of Windsor. However, little did anyone know at that time how the forces at work would play out. How would this confident, assured actress and humanitarian campaigner cope with the extraordinary levels of global media attention that came with her new role in the royal family? How would the wider ‘Firm’ react to her – loving arms or arms’ length?

In this fully revised and updated edition, Morton draws on exclusive interviews with those closest to Meghan to uncover the story of her life, from her fractious childhood growing up in The Valley in LA, through her previous marriage and divorce, her struggles in Hollywood, her work as a humanitarian ambassador and, of course, her life as the Duchess of Sussex and the seemingly bottomless rift that has developed between the Sussexes and the House of Windsor.

‘Highly readable and compelling’ – Daily Telegraph

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19cm x 12cm




Biography and Memoir


Michael O'Mara Books


05 January 2022


Andrew Morton

Andrew Morton is one of the world's best-known biographers and a leading authority on modern celebrity as well as royalty. His ground-breaking 1992 biography revealed the secret world of Diana, Princess of Wales. Written with her full, though then secret, cooperation, the book changed the way the world looked at the British royal family. Since Diana: Her True Story, he has gone on to write Number 1 Sunday