Meghan Markle’s new children’s book

The Duchess of Sussex speaks up on her new bestseller for kids amidst new reports about the ongoing royal rift.
3:31 | 06/20/21

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you and everyone out there. We're hearing from Meghan Markle for the first time since giving birth to her baby girl. The duchess of Sussex talking about her best-selling children's book just released. This, as we're hearing more reports about the royal rift. Zohreen shah has more. Good morning, zohreen. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. Meghan Markle recorded this video before giving birth. The sneak peek is out. It comes as a bombshell is breaking in the royal family about who broke up the fab four. An exclusive sneak peek about the duchess' NPR interview about her new children's book. So many of us realized how much happens in the quiet. In this story I'm observing this love between my husband and our son and imagining what it will be as they have more shared moments as our son gets older. Reporter: "The bench" a "New York Times" best seller released four days after giving birth to second baby lilibet Diana. From scraping a knee, to having a heart broken, they reset at this bench and have this moment to bond. Reporter: This bombshell preview of Robert Lacey's expanded version of "Battle of brothers" claims prince William was responsible for initiating the separation of the Cambridges and the sussexes after learning staff complained about Meghan's alleged bullying. Claims saying William wished to be separated from Meghan on a day to day basis and that met being separated from his brother as well. Quoting a friend saying William Harry out. ABC news has not independently confirmed these claims and reached out to kensington palace and both parties have no comments. Meghan's book is a love letter to prince Harry and her son, focusing on unity, thanking fans this past week on her and prince Harry's website saying I'm encouraged to see its universal themes of love, representation and inclusivity are resonating with communities everywhere. For the man and boy who make my heart go pump, pump. Reporter: The book illustrating princess Diana's favorite flower forget-me-nots and ending with her newly expanded modern family, including lilibet Diana who they named after queen Elizabeth and Harry's late mother. Growing up I remember so much how it felt to not see yourself represented, or see your family or see that kind of diversity or a mixed race relationship or whatever it could be. Any child or any family hopefully can open this book and see themselves, whether that means glasses or freckled or different body shape or different ethnicity or religion, to really just feel like this story that I wrote for my husband and son could be your story also. Reporter: Meghan's full interview airs later this morning on NPR's weekend edition. This is her second book. Her first was a cookbook. She wrote it three years ago as a member of the royal family. The title of that one, "Together." One could argue has a lot of meaning in this moment. Whit? Zohreen, thank you. We want to turn to the weather. Rob Marciano, we were talking

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