Meghan Markle's First Children's Book Was Inspired By Prince Harry And Archie
11 days ago - By Health & Lifestyle
Meghan Markle is one busy mama. The former working royal is adding children's book author to her list of accomplishments with her new debut, The Bench , inspired by her husband Prince Harry and their son, Archie. And it sounds like the perfect Father's Day gift.
Inspired by the relationship between fathers and sons, as seen through the eyes of a mother, the book comes out on June 8, weeks before the couple will welcome a new baby girl.
Book cover: Penguin Random House
According to the press release, diversity was a focus for Meghan, who looked at the “many ways that love can take shape and...
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