Meghan Markle to Publish Her First Children’s Story in June

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex.

The Duchess of Sussex worked together with illustrator Christian Robinson on the book “The bench”, a story about the relationship between a father and his son, inspired by a poem she wrote to her husband, Prince Harry

Looking ahead to her latest project, Meghan Markle has taken good note of one of the occupations of Sarah Ferguson, her husband’s aunt and the one responsible for teaching him to properly bow before his first meeting with Queen Elizabeth II. Like Fergie, as the Duchess of York is affectionately known in the UK, Prince Harry’s wife will soon become the author of children’s books, with the publication of a short story entitled “The bench”, which is translated into Spanish. as “The Bank”.


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The story, as explained by the former actress, is based on a poem that she wrote for her husband on the occasion of the celebration of Father’s Day the month after his first-born Archie was born, in May 2019. Now it has become a story about the relationship that exists between a father and a son, inspired by the one that she has seen develop between Harry and his son to show all the ways in which love can be demonstrated in the framework of a modern family.

It should be remembered that Meghan has experience as a writer thanks to the fashion, cooking, and lifestyle blog she created before meeting the British sovereign’s grandson and has also collaborated with publications such as Vogue and Time. In his literary debut, he has joined forces with the prestigious illustrator Christian Robinson, who has been commissioned to create a series of “beautiful and ethereal watercolors” to accompany his words.

“This representation was especially important to me, and Christian and I have worked hand in hand to show this special bond from an inclusive point of view said the Duchess. The story will go on sale on June 8.