Is Duchess Meghan’s upcoming children’s book “The Bench” impersonation? This is what the author of the supposed original says about it.
On June 8th, the first children’s book written by Duchess Megan (39 years old) appeared with “The Bench”. Shortly after the book was announced, there were voices online that the whole thing was just plagiarism for another story. It was speculated on the network that Megan may have used Corrinne Averiss’s The Boy on the Bench and illustrator Gabriel Alboruso.
Averis appears to have been forced to side with Meghan shortly thereafter. I have read the description and an excerpt from “The Bench” and “This is not the same story or motive as in The Boy on the Bench”, The author explained on Twitter. “I don’t see any similarities.”
This is what Megan’s children’s book is all about
“The Bench” is Megan’s first children’s book. It is inspired by her husband, Prince Harry (36), with their son Archie, who will celebrate his second birthday on May 6. Random House Publishing He explains on his homepage among other thingsThat the book shows “the special relationship between father and son through the eyes of the mother.”
“The Bench song started a poem that I wrote to my husband on Father’s Day a month after Archie was born,” Megan said in a statement. This poem became the story covered in the children’s book. The accompanying illustrations are by Christian Robinson (34). The book will initially appear in the United States of America, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India and South Africa.
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