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Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, are the subject of a long-awaited book, due to be released in August, whose authors have said they want to be a “final story” on the couple. Royal author Omid Scobie was criticized by commentators for the last-minute title change that disappointed fans. The book was originally supposed to be called “Thoroughly Modern Royals”, but royal commentator Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed other ideas for the title.

Speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, Ms. Fiorito said, “We wanted to shout on a particularly fun Facebook feed.

“My lowest level from last week is that I was a little disappointed with the name of Meghan and Harry’s biography, Finding Freedom.

“I didn’t think it was the best title.

“I actually preferred the original title which was” Thoroughly Modern Royals “.

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“It looks like Omid Scobie and Caroline had a last minute change or changed their minds, who knows.

“I think this title is very splashing but Cindy in the Facebook channel Royally Obsessed asked the group” How would you name the book? “

“Rachel suggested” Unbroken “who got the most likes.

” Without interruption. I think it would stand out on a shelf. “

America is where they plan to raise their son after moving away from the royal family in order to become financially independent, after their hopes of making money while continuing to support the queen have been dashed .

And in another development of their lives, the Duchess lost the first skirmish in the High Court in her lawsuit against the publisher of Mail on Sunday following the publication of a “private and confidential” letter to her ex-father.

Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers for five articles, two in the Mail on Sunday and three on MailOnline, which were published in February 2019 and reproduce portions of a handwritten letter she sent to Thomas Markle, 75, in August 2018.

Last Friday, in a decision, Justice Warby struck out part of Meghan’s complaint against the publisher, including allegations that he acted “dishonestly” by omitting portions of the letter, following a request for Associated Newspapers.

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