Yes. I totally met Andrew Morton at Pasadena City College Foundation’s Hometown Legends event. He is super tall, handsome, and witty as hell! I completely understand why Princess Diana chose him to protect her story. Here’s what he had to say at the event…
According to Andrew Morton, Prince Harry started discussions with Oprah about their interview 6 months after his wedding to Meghan Markle.
I had the pleasure of speaking to Andrew Morton about the rerelease of his Meghan Markle book, ‘Meghan and the Unmasking of the Monarchy.’ We learned exclusive details about Prince Harry’s relationship with Oprah Winfrey, the infamous Oprah interview, and discussed Princess Diana’s impact on the couple’s everyday lives.
‘Meghan and the Unmasking of the Monarchy’ is a really thorough exploration of the woman that went from Hallmark princess to real-life Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle’s story is inspiring. She reminds you that you can be anything you want to be. She also makes you want to leave the world better than you found it. Andrew Morton’s ‘Meghan and the Unmasking of the Monarchy’ is available for purchase on October 19th.
‘MEGHAN AND THE UNMASKING OF THE MONARCHY’ will include three new chapters, catching us up on the latest royal tea! Remember the reported spat between Meghan and the Duchess of Cambridge? Andrew’s got the details! He also breaks down Meghan’s relationship with her father and explores the chaos surrounding Megxit.
Prince Harry’s team wants him to play in the same league as self-made billionaires and former presidents. The publication of this book will help launch him into that club.
Princess Diana’s secret almost exposed! Here’s the gaffe the publishers almost made before printing Andrew Morton’s ‘Diana: Her True Story.’
VIDEO: ToDiForDaily’s Kinsey Schofield talks to author Andrew Morton about his latest book, ‘Elizabeth & Margaret: The Intimate World of the Windsor Sisters.’
There is a great deal of material that I had never heard before. For instance, after Princess Diana died, the hospital placed her in a freshly painted blue room because blue was one of her favorite colors. That specific detail broke my heart.
I was watching a royal family documentary featuring Andrew yesterday when he said something that struck me as familiar…
Diana once said, “The biggest disease this world suffers from is people feeling unloved.” If Harry and Meghan think that they will change public perception of themselves through a book, while hurting people that truly know and love them… is it all worth it?