In his compelling new book, Sunday Times bestselling biographer Sean Smith tells the real story behind one of the most misunderstood figures of our time.
One of the world’s most famous women, Meghan Markle is an avid campaigner against poverty and a fierce champion of women’s rights. She has established herself as a prominent voice in the fight for social justice and works tirelessly as a humanitarian ambassador. She is a source of inspiration and an exceptional role model for countless young women across the world. Yet despite her substance, intelligence and integrity, Meghan has been relentlessly maligned and mistreated by the press more than almost any other public figure. Through extensive new research and interviews, Smith explores the key events that have shaped Meghan’s life – from her childhood in LA, to her breakout into acting and, of course, her time served as HRH the Duchess of Sussex.