It turned out that the spouse of Prince Harry has one more creation, in addition to the well-known “The Bench”.
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, who recently became a mother for the second time, was once again ridiculed on the Web. This time, the cause for public censure was Megan’s children’s book discovered by librarians, which she wrote when she was an eighth-grader.
The almanac became the second in the biography of the wife of Prince Harry – earlier the public began to sell the “semi-literate” “Bench”, which broke all records in America.
As it turned out, Megan began her writing career a long time ago. The book, which Markle called “A face without freckles, a night without stars” could even be registered officially – the materials on it were sent to the Copyright Office back in 1996.
Librarian of the 14th convocation of the US Congress Karla Hayden published the first page and cover of the same creation and also wrote out several quotes. Some of them seriously amused the audience.
Did you know Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, wrote a book in 8th grade titled, A Face without Freckles… Is a Night Without Stars. She extols the wonder of freckles with drawings and verse. Meghan submitted it to the @CopyrightOffice in 1996. From @librarycongress collection: pic.twitter.com/7XgSLTV1rc
— Carla Hayden (@LibnOfCongress) June 22, 2021
“Some people think freckles are weird, but I disagree. If I didn’t have freckles, I wouldn’t be myself, ”Megan wrote about herself.
It is also curious that at that time Megan was not yet in a quarrel with her father, because at the very beginning the future duchess thanks “mommy and daddy” for their support.
On Twitter, in turn, Markle was ridiculed again.
“Time for another bestseller”, “God, why do we need all this”, “Who will help me get this creation into my collection of the most useless things?”, “As for me, this book is plagiarism. In 1995, a similar book with almost the same name was already published ”,“ The most ridiculous creation ”, – expressed those who were not indifferent in the comments.