Meghan Markle donates 2,000 copies of her debut book The Bench to libraries, community centers across US

Titled The Bench, Meghan Markle's visual book is an ode to the strong bond her husband, Prince Harry shares with their 2-year-old son, Archie.
Meghan Markle donates 2,000 copies of her debut book The Bench to libraries, community centers across US Meghan Markle donates 2,000 copies of her debut book The Bench to libraries, community centers across US
  • 5
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp

Meghan Markle has spent the last few months waiting for the arrival of her little daughter and just a few days before welcoming Lili, Meghan released her debut book. Titled The Bench, the visual book is an ode to the strong bond her husband, Prince Harry shares with their 2-year-old son, Archie. With the book now available online, Meghan is also giving back with her first book as the Duchess has gone ahead and donated. 

As per several international reports, Meghan has donated around 2,000 copies of her debut book The Bench across the US. Sharing the official announcement on their Archewell Foundation website, the statement read, "The Duchess and Archewell have received the support of the publisher of The Bench to distribute 2,000 copies at no cost to libraries, community centers, schools, and nonprofit programs across the country." 

The statement also added, "After more than a year of unprecedented challenges for schoolkids and families everywhere, The Duchess believes the path ahead must include a focus on well-being—and nourishing our communities through food, education, and emotional and mental health support."

In the book, Meghan has also penned a poem which she had written for Harry on Father's Day. "You'll love him. You'll listen. You'll be his supporter. And here in the window, I'll have tears of great joy, looking out at My Love and our beautiful boy," Meghan, who has also narrated the audiobook, wrote in The Bench. 

ALSO READ: Meghan Markle's dad Thomas Markle says he'll be 'disappointed' if he doesn't meet granddaughter Lili

Anonymous 1 week ago

Real story is nobody bought it. So dump it as a promotion

Anonymous 1 week ago

As someone who works in publishing, this tactic of authors buying books themselves and 'donating' them works fabulously in getting your name out on the bestsellers list and is done quite frequently by a large number of writers. this helps boost sales specially when people are not buying your book.

Anonymous 1 week ago

It is now on times best sellers list. lol

Anonymous 1 week ago

hahaha like someone is going to read it! when there are real books on library shelves that members read

Anonymous 1 week ago

Jealous much . lol

close