Meghan Markle slams 'very nasty' Revenge book as insider fears 'it's just the tip of the iceberg'
The book revealed several damning stories against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle reportedly feels that Tom Bower’s newly released biography is “uncalled for” as she and Prince Harry continue to process the “highly stressful” situation.
Mr Bower released the biography titled: “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors” last Thursday.
Within the book, Mr Bower revealed several damning stories against Meghan and her relationship with Harry.
Among the stories included the Duke and Duchess of Sussex being involved in a “monumental row” ahead of the 2020 Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
While the book also claimed that Harry's friends said he was "nuts" when he first started dating Meghan Markle after the Duchess "reprimanded" them.
Meghan is said to be "furious" by the book’s release, with the couple said to have found some allegations “gut-wrenching”, according to a report in Heat Magazine.
The report went onto say, citing a source: “She (Meghan) feels the book is very nasty and uncalled for.
“It’s made her all the more determined to stand up for herself, but equally this is a sharp reminder that they have a colossal amount of repair work to do if this narrative is everything to go away.
“For all their bravado and stubbornness, Meghan and Harry don’t want to be at war with the world forever and there’s a lot that hasn’t come out yet.
“This book is pretty savage, but the worry is that it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
“The fact the author went out of his way to dig so thoroughly into their relationship has caused a good deal of anxiety.
“There’s a clear choice here for Meghan and Harry - stand up and fight back or soak it up and hope it all goes away in time.”