But now that she's planning on starting a writing career, it's setting off alarm bells at Kensington Palace. The duchess is reportedly trying to secure legal rights to write "fiction and non-fiction books on a variety of topics" via the couple's Archewell foundation, and "it's widely believed she'll pen a thinly veiled tell-all about her feuds with the royal family," an insider exclusively tells OK!.
"Most likely, she'll share her perspective through innuendo and the eyes of a fictional character who'd bear a lot of her traits. Still, it must be giving the royals indigestion." We can't wait to read her side of the story!
Meanwhile, as the Suits alum reportedly gears up to write her potential new book, her father, Thomas Markle, is already steps ahead of her since he's releasing a documentary about his estranged daughter.
"It begins with my life, my family, my love of theatre and television and how I got there. Then my life with Meghan, growing up, her school days until she went off to college, and when her career began," Thomas said.
"We had a good life together, up through her first marriage and her move to Canada. Then a new story begins! It's kind of like 'What happened to my baby girl,'" he added. "My documentary will have some new videos and my favorite photo of my baby girl. I think we will do a good job."
Thomas is not the only person in Meghan's family to tell-all — Meghan's half sister, Samantha Markle, just released a memoir called The Diary Of Princess Pushy's Sister Part 1, which reveals "the truth about her life and family against all odds."
"It deals with my life and my perspective on several issues in the road as they intersect with this royal event in history," Samantha said. "I wrote it respectfully knowing they [the Royal Family] would see it."