The day after Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, announced the launch of her first children’s book, The Bench, some people they have accused her of plagiarizing to a British writer.

Prince Harry’s wife explained on Tuesday that her first book will go on sale in the United Kingdom on June 8, which is based on the relationship between parents and children, and that arises from a poem that she wrote to her husband on Father’s Day.

“My hope is that The Bench resonate with all families, no matter the makeup, as much as with mine, “Markle explained in a statement, in which she stressed that her family, and especially her son Archie, helped her to gain momentum and take the step of becoming a writer.

However, the Duchess’s announcement has aroused some criticism among those who think that, far from relying on her experience, the actress has also plagiarized Corrinne Averiss, the author of the children’s book The Boy on the Bench.

The story that Markle was supposed to have copied is about the relationship between a father and his son and the good harmony they share while enjoying nature sitting on a bench.

“I hope the perpetrator who scammed sued her, what audacity to ! The Boy on the Bench Corrinne Averiss “, has written a user on Twitter, a message that follows in the wake of other reproaches. “Almost identical to Corrinne Averiss’s book The Boy On the Bench, even the cover “, is another tweeter.


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