Meghan Markle will find herself at a crossroads with her latest work, as she considers the possibility of writing a memoir.
The Duchess of Sussex confronts a significant difficulty that could potentially impact her image.
While the option of sharing her life story will undoubtedly hold a stake, the decision carries the weight of potential consequences, raising questions about the potential impact on her public perception and the ongoing scrutiny surrounding her.
The mother-of-two has been cautioned about major outcomes if she chose to emulate her husband Prince Harry by penning a memoir.
It is pertinent to know that back in January, Prince Harry published his personal memoir titled Spare, which garnered a range of mixed reviews worldwide.
Royal expert Christine Ross told Daily Express UK: "I think she will struggle to balance what is best for her and her image, and what the publishers want to sell."
She continued, "If she stuck to 'just Meghan,' rather than cashing in further on her Duchess of Sussex title, she might win some favour back from the public as well."
Ross added that, despite any threats, the Duchess' biography could "be a huge commercial success."
Meghan is currently speculated to be on the brink of a significant career step, as reported by Tom Bower, the author of Revenge: Meghan and Harry and the War between the Windsors during an interview with GB News, told, “My view is that she is writing her memoirs and it will be a huge money-spinner.”
According to royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, he has previously stated to Daily Express US that Meghan has the potential to achieve should she decide to author her own book.
The pair's fame has significantly declined in recent times following their televised conversation with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.
For the unversed, the Duchess of Sussex openly expressed her dissatisfaction with her role as a working member of the royal family after her marriage to Prince Harry in May 2018.
Consequently, Meghan and Harry opted to withdraw from their royal responsibilities in under two years.