Markle makes her debut in the world of children’s literature with a book inspired by a poem she wrote to Harry after Archie’s birth.
For Arianna gonzales
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex never cease to amaze. After Prince Harry appeared at the “Vax Live” benefit concert last weekend, it was Meghan’s turn to deliver news that no one expected: the launch of her first book.
Markle’s first literary production will be a children’s story entitled “The Bench”, which is expected to be purchased from June 8.
The short story narrates, from the eyes of a mother, the relationship that is formed between a father and his first-born in the first years of life.
Harry and Archie: their biggest inspiration
This is not the first time that a production by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been inspired by their first-born. As it is remembered, the audiovisual production company of Harry and Meghan is named “Archewell”, in honor of the little one.
In this opportunity, Markle wants to put on paper everything she learned in these years with her husband, Prince Harry, and Archie
“It is a story that captures the multitude of ways that love expresses itself in a modern family.”, explains the statement that reveals the new face of Meghan as a writer.
Everything we know about the book
The children’s tale stems from a poem Meghan wrote for Harry on his first Father’s Day, a month after Archie’s birth.
Almost two years later, that poem became a longer story soon to be published.
The cover, which has already been revealed, shows the collaboration of Christian Robinson as the book’s illustrator.
“Robinson has accompanied the book with beautiful and colorful watercolors that perfectly capture the relationship between parents and children during all facets of life,” confesses Meghan herself.
The book, to be published by Random Home, is the perfect opportunity for Markle to delve into families around the world and show a true family love story.
“My hope now is that this book resonates with all families, regardless of what they are, as much as it has with mine.”, Meghan concluded.
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