Meghan and Harry ‘making money off lies’ says Tom Bowers
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According to royal expert Neil Sean, Meghan is planning on using the event to show support to her husband Prince Harry. Speaking on a new video on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean said, according to a good source, Meghan is planning on embarking on a “very clever move” to support Harry’s upcoming tell-all memoir on November 29.
Mr Sean said: “Now, according to a good source, Meghan’s going to be giving a helping hand.
“When you attend the dinner, you will find a pre-order form.”
He added: “According to a very good source, and we have to say allegedly, you’ll be able to order the book, and in instances, also get a signed dedicated copy.”
He noted that this is a “very clever move” by Meghan, and one of which, will “up sales, no doubt”.
Speaking of the Duchess, Mr Sean said: “Meghan feels she can do her very best to help her husband achieve his dream of becoming a number one international best-selling author.”
Referring to Meghan’s past children’s novel The Bench, he said: “She didn’t manage it with The Bench, did she, so at least he might have a hit now.”
The event will be taking place at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Hotel.
Tickets will be available for royal fans, however many will not believe how much the tickets will cost.
Harry and Meghan: US host says they’re ‘never getting rid of them’
On Wednesday, Melissa Knowles, a TV anchor on HLN TV in America, said: “If you have ever wanted to have dinner with Meghan Markle, now is your chance, but it’s going to cost you!
“The Duchess and Prince Harry will be at the Power of Women, an Evening with Meghan the Duchess of Sussex charity event in central Indiana.
“Tables of 10 are available starting at $5,000. You can go to womensfund.org to purchase that. It’s going to take place on November 29.”
Prince Harry’s book will be released on January 10, 2023, just missing out on the Christmas market.
The hardcopy version will be available in 16 languages.
Prince Harry will, himself, be reading the memoir for the audiobook version.
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