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8 Books to Read About Harry and Meghan

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Belfast. Image: Northern Ireland Office via Wikimedia.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s love story definitely captivated our hearts! Reading about their lives will enchant us even more—so, here are eight books that will bring you closer to this favorite royal couple.

Harry: Life, Loss, and Love



Author Katie Nicholl brings to light the life of Prince Harry, focusing on his relationship with his family especially his late mother Diana, how he coped with his distressed youth, and his whirlwind love story with Meghan. The book features real accounts from the prince’s family as well as of those who have closely worked with him. Available on Amazon.



Emily Herbert goes into the depths of Harry’s and Meghan’s “unconventional” relationship, with the former promising to protect his then girlfriend at all cost. Available on Amazon.



From critically-acclaimed biographer Andrew Morton, the author of the bestselling Diana: Her True Story, comes yet another “juicy” masterpiece chronicling the rather controversial life of Meghan Markle, who has constantly drawn comparisons to the late Princess of Wales as well as Grace Kelly. Get to know the Duchess of Sussex on a personal level and see rare photos of hers through this book.  Available on Amazon.




Author Angela Levin was granted access to Prince Harry’s Kensington Palace residence and even tagged along with him on his Royal duties for one whole year, unearthing one crucial truth after another. Discover how Harry dealt with his mother’s passing and how it gravely affected his childhood and his rebellious young adulthood.   Available on Amazon.



The book by Halima Sadat chronicles not just the Royal couple’s love story but also their respective, worlds-apart childhoods. It includes all the photos from the wedding, even last-minute snaps from the ceremony!    Available on Amazon.



Royal expert Patrick Jephson, who previously worked as Princess Diana’s chief of staff and private secretary, explains in detail the repercussions of Meghan Markle becoming a senior member of the Royal Family. Will she change the House of Windsor forever? You can get this book on Amazon for $15.99. Available on Amazon.





Written by Duncan Larcombe, it tells about the burgeoning of Harry from being an unruly young prince into a noble Royal worthy of the British throne. This book  also features the now Duke of Sussex’s philanthropic works. Available on Amazon.

American Princess: The Love Story of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry


Discover how the Royal Family’s bad boy and Hollywood’s sweetheart met, and how their relationship blossomed into something that centuries-old rules, let alone the world, could never destroy. Available on Amazon.


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