Meghan Markle will soon be releasing her first book, a book called
According to the publisher, the opus describes a relationship between a father and his son from the point of view of the mother.
After the Duchess of Sussex revealed the book was inspired by a poem she wrote for Father's Day after the birth of her son Archie, it's hard not to draw parallels between the star's life of
and the frame of
And this is precisely what seems to irritate some critics.
Conservative journalist Piers Morgan has openly scoffed at the book, citing what he sees as some form of hypocrisy on the part of Meghan Markle.
“I wonder how these touching feelings will resonate with her own family or that of her husband.
Let us not forget that Mrs Markle has ruthlessly disowned her father Thomas and refuses to have anything to do with him, despite the fact that they no longer live within 70 miles of each other, ”writes in the
Daily Mail the
one who left the
Good Morning Britain show
when his criticism of the Duchess made him unwanted.
But if one could imagine that Piers Morgan was not going to be the biggest fan of Meghan Markle's literary endeavors, criticism is ringing from all over the UK. Even the very serious
attacked the wife of Prince Harry in an editorial with the evocative title: "The humorless book of Meghan Markle could make reading to an entire generation hate. "Yes, parents will buy it, but the audience it is aimed at prefers funny stories or being scared, rather than being lectured," writes journalist Ella Whelan.
Either way, the Duchess of Sussex already seems to have decided to go further.
A source close to Meghan Markle told
Vanity Fair that
she "loves to write and that she is very good at it", adding that she was already very keen to write for adults.
The success of
could influence the artistic ambitions of the Duchess.
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