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Meghan Markle and Harry: Public interest ‘waning’ says Huntley

Channel 5’s Storm Huntley told the Jeremy Vine on 5 programme the cost collapse of the Finding Freedom biography is a  reflection of the British public’s interest in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “waning”. She added that Meghan Markle’s half-sister’s book has also flopped in the United States but host Jeremy Vine admitted he would rather read the “absolute cracker” rather than the book on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Ms Huntley said: “Meghan Markle’s sister who has been extremely vocal is experiencing the same problem as she tries to sell her book which is called ‘The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1.

“Which means she was hoping to do a Part 2, but the book has come in at a dismal 81st in America.”

The Channel 5 presenter intervened to comment: “I would read the sister’s book for sure.

“I guarantee it would be an absolute cracker.”

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Mr Huntley confirmed the “explosive” biography about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s departure from the Royal Family had seen prices collapse since it was first published in the summer.

She continued: “So Harry and Meghan’s explosive book, the one with all the insights into the Royal Family, Finding Freedom?

“It started off being sold for £20 and now you can purchase it for 99p.

“You can actually get change for £1 when you buy it.

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“So clearly our interest in the couple is waning and our interest in this book is non-existent.”

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Graham Smith stated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will struggle to keep people interested in them as their “claim to fame” of being in the Royal Family begins to wane. 

Mr Smith said: “I think Meghan and Harry are very clearly desperate to stay in the spotlight.


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“They want to do it on their own terms, in their own way.

“The problem is that their only claim to fame is having been royals.

“Because they walked away from that the interest in them is going to wane over the next few years.

“They are going to struggle to keep people interested because they really don’t have anything to offer.”

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