It came as author J. R. Moehringer moved in with the couple, relocating to a guesthouse at their Montecito mansion while working with Harry during the Covid pandemic on his memoir Spare.
Realising he would surely be missing his wife and children, Meghan stepped in to ensure their house guest felt right at home – roping in her son Archie.
JR wrote in the New Yorker: “Harry put me up in his guesthouse, where Meghan and Archie would visit me on their afternoon walks. Meghan, knowing I was missing my family, was forever bringing trays of food and sweets.”
He explained that Harry also made attempts to make him feel at home, especially when his children visited.
“As the pandemic waned, I was finally able to travel to Montecito – I went once with my wife and children. (Harry won the heart of my daughter, Gracie, with his vast Moana scholarship; his favourite scene, he told her, is when Heihei, the silly chicken, finds himself lost at sea.) I also went twice by myself.”
Initially JR had been working with Harry purely on Zoom, but as restrictions were relaxed he decided he should spend time with the Prince in person.
However, this meant that he was spending a long time away from his family so he could meet the tight deadlines.
It paid off. Harry’s memoir Spare became the fastest-selling non-fiction book in UK history after going on sale on 10 January.
Prince Harry is said to have secured a £16 million advance for the book.
The huge sum of money earned from the book adds to the £106 million the Duke of Sussex and his wifehave already earned from their lucrative deals with Spotify and Netflix.
It was reported that the couple signed a four-book deal with Penguin Random House, which is the publisher of Spare, for £16 million, with rumours arising that Meghan is also writing her own tell-all book.
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