The newly unveiled royal biography enjoyed no contribution from the Sussexes, but is based on royal reporters’ own experiences, as per the pair’s spokesman.
A new tell-all book about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, “Finding Freedom”, which was published on Tuesday morning, claims Meghan underwent special security and princess training, as well as outlines a number of landmark occasions during Harry’s courtship, the onset of their romance, and short stint as a senior royal couple.
In particular, the obligatory two-day security course with the SAS included the Duchess being “bundled into the back of a car” by a “terrorist” and driven to a location before she was saved by officers, the book “Finding Freedom” has it, with excerpts from it cited by The Telegraph.
Other aspects of Meghan’s baptism by fire included a number of instructions and training in royal ethics and etiquette. For instance, she was reportedly given advice about the jewellery she was wearing after she bought a $300 (£230) 14-carat gold chain with the initials M and H.
Shortly after she was spotted by paparazzi wearing the necklace, a Kensington Palace aide gave her a call advising her that “wearing such a necklace only served to encourage the photographers to keep pursuing such images – and new headlines”, the book claims.
As part of her training for a royal life, newbie Meghan was also taught to how elegantly leave a chauffeured car…