"A few publishers did show interest, they feel they can make a buck, but it's all about the money they would have to shell out. Can you imagine the humiliation when they said they'd like to see at least three chapters first to see how the story pans out?" royal commentator Neil Sean shared.
"In the world of publishing, this means one thing. They want to see if you've got a worthwhile story. The sticking point is they can't trust giving anything out to a publisher without top-level security because it could get leaked, and then the whole deal will be ruined," he added during an episode of his popular YouTube series.
Sean continued: "I would expect the news of a rumored memoir may well come as a concern for the royal family and their PR team. I don't think it will be explosive in the way we may think it will be. Harry and Meghan have both said they are not going to be speaking about the royal family."
This would contradict what many royal analysts say otherwise about Meghan's monetized use of the monarchy, but Sean feels that "they feel they have said what they needed to in the Oprah interview and the Netflix docu-series. Meghan had a life and career before going into the royal family."
He concluded: "If it is true she is writing a memoir, then it will include details about her early career and life. We will get an insight into how she feels about the multiple press interviews he has done and her decision to cut him off."
Others feel that the royal rebel Duchess would be unable to resist the opportunity to critique the monarchy in her autobiography, mostly due to her ill-advised perception of the institution.
"She probably thought she should have got equal billing and didn’t seem to appreciate from the start that she and Harry were the B team, not on the same level as William and Kate. She will probably talk about comparisons that were made in the press between them," royal expert Phil Dampier told an outlet.
"There are serious fan theories that this is a strategy so that Meghan is able to elaborate in her published book without the backlash of the big reveal, without the palace coming after her. She can say the information's already out, 'I just wanted to get my side of the story out there,'" entertainment and royal commentator Kinsey Schofield dished.
Daily Mirror reported on the expert opinions.