After announcing her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle shut down all aspects of her life that shared thoughts, feelings and direct contact with the world. The new royal said goodbye to her lifestyle blog, The Tig, and deleted all remnants of herself on social media - in particular, her Instagram account.
Now, a new report has suggested that the Duchess of Sussex kept a private diary while working as a full-time royal - and experts say it could be worth millions if she ever decided to release it.
According to The Mirror, "any memoirs of Meghan’s years inside a monarchy rocked by a rift between William and Harry and Prince Andrew’s damning Epstein sex scandal links and damaging BBC interview could fetch up to $150 million in a bidding war."
But while Meghan kept a potentially damning diary doesn't mean that she has any intention of releasing it. Even with a price tag estimated at millions, royal insiders claim the royal does not plan to release a memoir of any kind.
"The fact they may exist and could contain material to embarrass the Royal Family is enough to make anyone feel uncomfortable, even though right now there is no reason to believe she has plans to publish," a royal source said. "Meghan has always been a tremendous self-publicist. Her account of some of the more difficult times would worry everyone in the royal household."