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Meghan Markle’s ex-husband reveals he has been offered big money to talk about their marriage

Prince Harry has been warned to “look out” as it has been suggested that Meghan Markle’s ex-husband Trevor Engelson could write a ‘tell-all book’ about their marriage.

Meghan, 42, was married to film producer Trevor, 46, from 2011 until 2013. The former couple – who are said to have separated a year prior to their divorce – were also in a relationship for a number of years before getting married in Jamaica.

It’s been suggested that Trevor – who, like Meghan, remarried years after their split – could decide to write a memoir about their relationship. It has been claimed that he’s been offered “big money” for a book previously.

Royal author Neil Sean told New! magazine that many agents have offered “big deals and big money” to Trevor in the past. He went on to suggest Meghan could be “petrified” by the possibility of him writing about their past relationship.

The author told the outlet that it would be a “remarkable story” as Trevor has “first-hand experience” of being married to the actress turned Duchess. He teased that a memoir could be the “inside track” on what Meghan was like before she became a royal.

Speculating about the possibility of telling his story, Neil teased that a potential book by Trevor could be “explosive”. The author said that Meghan isn’t known for having kept connections from her past, with him adding that Trevor’s story is a “huge mystery”.

Neil said Meghan’s relatives like her father Thomas Markle, 79, and her sister Samantha Markle, 58, had “no choice but to speak out” about her previously. He warned that her ex-husband Trevor could do the same at some point.

In other news – Bryoni Govender to represent South Africa at the 72nd Miss Universe

Bryoni Govender is set to radiate South Africa’s light at Miss Universe 2023. The beauty queen emerged first runner-up at this year’s Miss South Africa, and she will be representing at the 72nd Miss Universe Competition which takes place in El Salvador on November 18.

“I have always believed that being different is a superpower and becoming the second South African of Indian descent to represent our beautiful country on the international stage is a testament to that fact. I will be giving the competition my all and have already started extensive preparations.” Read More

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