Meghan Markle is reportedly "not worried" about Samantha Markle's "tell-all" autobiography, which is expected to be critical of the royal family and the Duchess of Sussex's treatment of their father.
Recent reports suggested Meghan was nervous about the book's release, however, a close friend of the Duchess has said the book has barely registered on her radar.
"Meghan has not seen Samantha for years so the idea that she is worried about the book is nonsense," the source told Vanity Fair. "Meghan barely knows Samantha, they haven’t seen each other for nearly 20 years."
The book, which is titled The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister: Part 1, is set to look into Meghan's life, despite the fact Samantha hasn't actually seen her half-sister since 2008.
But it seems as though Meghan doesn't care, as she's also thinking of writing a book and has reportedly had numerous offers from publishing houses.
"Meghan has some very serious book deals on the table. They are all up for consideration," the source said.
Samantha's book will claim that Meghan and the Royal Family should have postponed Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding so Thomas Markle could have attended.
She will also claim Meghan was "controlling" towards their father and has promised her readers they will find the "truth is stranger than fiction".
According to The Sun, in one part of the book, Samantha claims her dad sounded upset when she rang him in the lead up to the wedding.
She wrote: "I said, 'Dad, what's going on, what's wrong?"
"He said, 'This is really weird, she's not the same. When Harry is in the room, she is very sweet and a different person, but when he steps out of the room, she is mean and controlling.'"
Samantha has reportedly already begun a second book.
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