This claim was made by Craig Brown, a columnist and satirist who has written 18 books on a variety of subjects. Mr Brown suggested Meghan’s relationship with Ivanka had been cut from the book because it “could run counter to Harry and Meghan’s new mission” due to association with her father, President Trump.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have denied having spoken to the perpetrators personally.
In his 2018 Meghan bio, Andrew Morton revealed that after Tig launched in 2013, Meghan contacted Ivanka Trump, who was ‘one of his female idols’.
“Meghan was ‘delighted when she accepted her invitation to meet for drinks and dinner the next time Meghan was in New York’.
“And so began a vigorous scratching fit in the back. “Don’t get me started on her jewelry collection: the late night ‘window shopping’ I did on my computer, snuggled up in bed with a glass of wine, enviously gazing at her beautiful designs,” wrote Meghan from Ivanka.
“’When we have a drink, I’ll make sure I order whatever she does – because this woman seems to have the formula for success and happiness.’
The authors of Finding Freedom conveniently airbrush Ivanka from the brief, perhaps fearing that the Trump formula for success and happiness may stand in the way of Harry and Meghan’s new mission to “build a humanitarian legacy that will make a profound difference in the world. world ”.
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Following discussions with other royals, they also agreed to ditch their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand and refund taxpayer money spent to renovate Frogmore Cottage, their old home near Windsor.
In his article, Mr Brown also suggests that Harry’s language was influenced by his wife after marriage.
Contrary to some of the prince’s old remarks, he writes, “There is nothing of that old-fashioned, stiff upper lip, stable-like-it-goes thing in Finding Freedom.
“These days Harry talks like Meghan.
“Unwittingly, the authors make it clear that Windsor was colonized by California. “
Harry and Meghan met on a blind date in 2016 at a bar in London’s Soho.
In May 2018, they were married in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Meghan gave birth to the couple’s son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor a year later.
Earlier this month Harry and Meghan moved into a new £ 11.1million home in Montecito, Santa Barbara.
The luxurious property comprises nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.