British Royals: Duchess Meghan celebrates her 38th birthday
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London (AP) - The British Duchess Meghan is reported to write a children's book. The plans are still at an early stage and would therefore not yet published, said an unspecified insider of the British tabloid newspaper "The Sun".
The book is said to have the animal love of the ex-actress ("Suits"), which turned 38 on Sunday, as a basis. Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry (34), would be in good company with it. Her father-in-law Prince Charles (70) once wrote a children's book called "The Old Man of Lochnagar". It's about a man who lives in a cave in Scotland. Originally, the heir apparent wanted to entertain the story of his two younger brothers.
Just recently, Meghan had been guest editor-in-chief for British fashion magazine Vogue. In the September issue, she focused on 15 women and their pioneering work - including climate activist Greta Thunberg, New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern, and US actress Jane Fonda. They all unite their fearlessness to break through barriers, so the reasoning. However, some British media criticized the commitment of the Duchess: It was too political for a Royal.
Whether Meghan wanted to celebrate her birthday together with Prince Harry and the little son Archie, said the Buckingham Palace on request not. This is a private matter of the royals, it said.
Report of the "Sun"