TALK OF THE TOWN: Meghan Markle ‘plans to pen her first novel’

Actress, campaigner, philanthropist, podcaster, television producer, Royal trailblazer – is there anything Meghan Markle can’t do?

Now word reaches me that she appears to be planning to follow in the footsteps of Prince Charles and Sarah Ferguson by trying her hand at fiction writing.

Meghan has moved to secure legal protection that will allow her to pen novels via Archewell, the foundation she’s set up with Prince Harry

Could we see tomes to rival Fergie’s Budgie The Little Helicopter or Charles’s The Old Man Of Lochnagar?

Actress, campaigner, philanthropist, podcaster, television producer, Royal trailblazer ¿ is there anything Meghan Markle can't do?

Actress, campaigner, philanthropist, podcaster, television producer, Royal trailblazer ¿ is there anything Meghan Markle can't do?

Actress, campaigner, philanthropist, podcaster, television producer, Royal trailblazer – is there anything Meghan Markle can’t do?

Pictured: Meghan Markle

Pictured: Meghan Markle

Pictured: Meghan Markle

Pictured: Meghan Markle

Now word reaches me that she appears to be planning to follow in the footsteps of Prince Charles and Sarah Ferguson by trying her hand at fiction writing

Lawyers in the US are poring over the couple’s application to trademark the good cause, which they named after their son, Archie. 

One clause they are trying to secure with the US Patent and Trademark Office seeks the right to pen ‘fiction and non-fiction books on a variety of topics’ under the Archewell brand, as well as produce ‘general feature magazines and printed periodicals’.

My source tells me: ‘Meghan has some experience as a writer and used to have a popular blog called The Tig before she met Harry that covered health, travel, food and fashion.

Could we see tomes to rival Fergie's Budgie The Little Helicopter or Charles's The Old Man Of Lochnagar?

Could we see tomes to rival Fergie's Budgie The Little Helicopter or Charles's The Old Man Of Lochnagar?

Could we see tomes to rival Fergie’s Budgie The Little Helicopter or Charles’s The Old Man Of Lochnagar?

Pictured: Prince Charles reading his book 'the Old Man Of Lochnagar', which he found on a school desk at St Marks Primary School in Brighton

Pictured: Prince Charles reading his book 'the Old Man Of Lochnagar', which he found on a school desk at St Marks Primary School in Brighton

Pictured: Prince Charles reading his book ‘the Old Man Of Lochnagar’, which he found on a school desk at St Marks Primary School in Brighton

‘Fiction is something she has always wanted to try her hand at, and she could be assured that anything she writes would sell well, regardless of its quality. 

‘Fiction, be it children’s books or adult, would be a powerful way of conveying the messages of their woke brand.’

The couple, who signed a £112 million deal with Netflix and a £30 million one with Spotify, have revealed Archewell will fund food kitchens in disaster zones as its first big project.

It all comes as the pain of Megxit seems to be lingering for the Queen, who left the Sussexes out of her Christmas Day address – for the second year running.

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