Away from the British Royal Family for more than a year, the Duchess of Sussex finds herself in a new stage in which she herself makes decisions about her future and chooses the projects she wants to carry out, such as the publication of her first Children’s book by Random House Children’s Books on June 8, 2021. Although there is still a month to see in bookstores The Bench, where, as a mother, Meghan Markle explains the bond and ties of a father and son, some point out that this account is not based on their own experience. Thus, they indicate that he would have plagiarized the author Corrinne Averiss in The Boy on the Bench, that addresses this same issue.
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The writer, who was born in Worcestershire and studied English Literature at the University of St Andrews before beginning her professional career, has seen comments indicating that Prince Harry’s wife has copied her in one of the ten children’s books that has published and has spoken about it. “When reading the description and the published excerpt of the new Duchess book, this is not the same story or the same topic as The Boy on the Bench –in Spanish The boy on the bench-. I don’t see similarities “, has indicated, thus settling all rumors and defending that the work that Meghan Markle is about to release has its own identity.
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Corrinne Averiss says on her official website that she has always liked “stories where children struggle with their thoughts and feelings; where little moments are important; where the tone manages to be thoughtful and humorous.” For her part, Prince Harry’s wife explains in a statement issued by the Archewell Foundation that The origin of this book that includes watercolor illustrations by the artist Christian Robinson is a poem that she wrote and read to her husband on the occasion of Father’s Day in 2019, just when they had just had little Archie (this holiday in the UK is celebrated in June). That surprise evolved into this story that, in his words, “captures the warmth, joy and comfort of the relationship between parents and children from all walks of life.”
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Drawing on his own experience, through the pages of The Bench we can learn new details of the day to day in the house of the Sussexes, who will soon welcome the new member of the family, and also learn more about the personality of little Archie, who has been kept out of the media spotlight since his birth , two years ago today. It is not the first time that Meghan Markle stands in front of a blank piece of paper to share some detail of her life. It should be remembered that in November he wrote in the New York Times a very personal article in which he confessed to having suffered an abortion spontaneous during the summer. Before her relationship with Elizabeth II’s grandson, whom she met by chance at a dinner organized by mutual friends, was made public, she had a blog called The Tig, a name that has its origin in the Tignanello wine, his favorite. In this space he gave advice, talked about his favorite restaurants, travel, fashion, beauty, politics or inspiring women. More recently she has expressed her feelings in the interview she and Prince Harry gave to Oprah Winfrey on American television.
The cute video of Meghan Markle reading a book to Archie for his birthday