“Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors.” by Tom Bower
I think this book is so very sad. It’s sad because a family is being torn apart. It’s sad because a British institution is being attacked. And it’s sad because a nation is being divided into those who believe the Sussex’s truth and those who believe the crown. I am talking about the book “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors”.
I will not give you my opinion on who I believe or who I think through the first stone.
Revenge – Two schools of thought
There are two schools of thought. The first is that a very strong-willed and determined American woman decided that she wanted to meet a wealthy English man. There was an introduction to a wealthy English man who was weak and broken. Alternatively, a man in his 30s married an American actress and decided he didn’t want to work in the family business. Together they have made a life and left the country. What is wrong with that?
Now the story gets interesting because the man and woman (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle) have court publicity about their lives as members of the British monarchy, sued newspapers, sued the British government, and have been caught telling tales out of school (various court cases prove this).
Meghan has been a determined woman to become an actress since she attended a red-carpet event at 17. We learn how hard she worked to become an actress and the work involved in getting her website up and running and getting millions of followers to become a lifestyle influencer. She wants to become a humanitarian and is always looking for the next financial project. What’s wrong with that?
Prince Harry was unhappy at home and didn’t want to work ‘In the Firm’. He wanted a family of his own. Now he needs to protect and support his family. Is there anything wrong with that?
It is an easy book to read and will interest many who support and don’t support Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. It is important to remember that the author does not appear to like either of them. Therefore, many of the stories are detrimental.
The public has a fascination with the lives of these two individuals. I don’t think the book is an unbiased portrait of Meghan Markle. The author wanted to find issues and inappropriate behaviour, precisely what he saw. If the author wished for an alternative view, they would have found and reported on different stories.