MEGHAN MARKLE revealed what she thinks is the “sweetest summer tradition” in a since deleted blog post and its something she may choose to do with her son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
The entry was made in summer 2014 on The Tig, then Meghan’s lifestyle blog. In April 2017 Meghan closed down The Tig to focus on her relationship with Prince Harry. In the entry Meghan discussed her favourite books with Suits co-stars, or ‘sisterwives’, Gina Torres and Sarah Rafferty.
She noted Ms Rafferty likes to read with her daughter during the summer describing it as “the sweetest tradition I can think of”.
According to Meghan a number of her Suits co-stars were avid fans of reading books when not on set.
She claimed Ms Torres and Ms Rafferty shared “literary finds they would be delving into between the scripts we read each week”.
Meghan also used the blog to outline her three top books for the summer of 2014.
She praised ‘The Opposite of Loneliness’, a set of essays by Marina Keegan who shot to fame after dying in a tragic car accident five days after graduating from Yale.
Meghan said she was “undone by this book” adding she “couldn’t put it down”.
Also on the list was ‘The Dud Avocado’ by Elaine Dundy, which focuses on the life of an American girl living in Paris in the 1950s.
She also claimed to be a fan of ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ which has since been turned into a movie staring Cate Blanchett.
Meghan and Harry met after being setup on a blind date by a mutual friend later in 2014.
The couple announced their engagement in November 2017 and married the following May.
Their first child, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, was born a year later this May.
Currently the young Royals live in Frogmore Cottage, on The Queen’s Windsor estate.