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Meghan Markle: this explosive diary she found during her last visit to England

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Meghan Markle has revealed she kept a diary before she and Prince Harry stepped down as senior royals. A document on which she “fell” by chance during her last visit to the United Kingdom and which could have the effect of dynamite if it were one day published, estimate this morning the British tabloids.

The California-based Duchess said in an interview published this week in New York magazine ‘The Cut’ that she was sorting through her “personal belongings” left at Frogmore Cottage (her English residence) last June when she came across the newspaper.

And Meghan to elaborate: “You go back and you open drawers and you think, Oh my God. Is that what I was writing in my diary at the time?”

This discovery of his old diary now shakes the British crown, which fears new explosive revelations about the royal family.

Margaret Holder, the author of the book: “Diana: The Caring Princess” explained to the Daily Mail that this discovery could have terrible consequences: “She’s had enough time in the royal fold to learn decades-old secrets, which could cause embarrassment and heartache for the Queen and her family, but could earn Meghan a fortune.”

A source close to Prince Harry, who is releasing his own book at the end of this year, told The Sun: “I would be very surprised if Meghan didn’t write her own book with her side of the story.”

Another close to the Sussexes described the importance this diary had for Meghan: “Unable to defend themselves after multiple attacks from the press, Harry and Meghan were told to ignore social media and newspapers, but sometimes staff would tell them, ‘Sorry about what was written the other day,’ and it was driving her crazy. Meghan wrote it all down in her diary like an insurance policy.”

And to conclude: “If any passages from this diary ever came to light, it would be like dynamite to the British monarchy. From what I have heard, this diary was rediscovered this summer, wrapped up and sent back to Montecito”.