Meghan Markle will release a children’s book entitled “The Bench” (the bank) inspired by the bond of her husband, Prince Henry, with their son Archie, ad on Tuesday the founding of the couple.
The book, illustrated by Christian Robinson, will be out on June 8, as Meghan awaits the birth of her second child.
“‘The Bench’ began as a poem I wrote for my husband on Father’s Day, the month after Archie’s birth. That poem became this story,” Meghan explained in a statement.
The Duchess of Sussex said the book wanted to reflect “the warmth, joy and comfort of the relationship between parents and children from all walks of life.”
“My hope is that ‘The Bench’ resonates with all families, regardless of composition, as much as it does mine,” he added.
Archie will be two years old this Thursday. Harry and Meghan retired from the British royal family and moved to California, the western US, last year.
An explosive television interview they gave to American star host Oprah Winfrey in March, in which they claimed that an unidentified royal had asked how dark her baby’s skin would be when Meghan was pregnant with Archie, brought the monarchy to bear. in a great crisis.
The former actress also told Winfrey that she had contemplated suicide at the time.
Henry recently returned for a brief period to Britain for the funeral of his grandfather, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip.