An insider has sensationally claimed the Duchess of Sussex kept a secret diary “as an insurance policy” during her time as a working royal. They said: “Harry and Meghan were told to ignore social media and newspapers but sometimes staff would say to them, ‘so sorry about what was written the other day’, and she would hit the roof. She wrote it all in her diary as an insurance policy. If it ever saw the light of day it would surely be dynamite. By the sounds of it, this journal was rediscovered this summer, boxed up and shipped back to Montecito.”
It comes after Meghan revealed in an extraordinary 6-400-word interview with glossy New York magazine, The Cut, that she had been back to her former UK home Frogmore Cottage to collect up her belongings.
During the explosive sit down, the Duchess appeared to make reference to the diary she had been writing during her time in Britain.
She said: “You go back and you open drawers and you’re like, Oh my gosh.
“This is what I was writing in my journal there?”
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Royal expert and author Margaret Holder compared the potential publication of Meghan’s diaries to Andrew Morton’s earth-shattering “Diana: Her True Story”.
The commentator went on to suggest that Meghan’s rediscovery of the journal would “trigger warning signals to the Royal Family” and offer the Duchess a “great opportunity for settling scores”.
She told The Sun: “The revelation that Meghan rediscovered what she was writing in her journal at Frogmore Cottage must trigger warning signals to the Royal Family.
“For Meghan, a book about her time with the royals offers a great opportunity for settling scores, naming those who offended her, and hitting back at a system she didn’t understand and was unwilling to learn.
“She had enough time in the royal fold to learn secrets, some decades old, which could cause embarrassment and heartache for the Queen and her family, but could earn a fortune for Meghan.”
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