Meghan Markle's guest editor for the September issue of Vogue UK is making headlines for the wrong reasons.
Shortly after the issue came out, fans pointed to the obvious similarities that the cover of the magazine seemed to share with bestselling "The Game Changers" by Australian writers Samantha Brett and Steph Adams. "
Brett and Adams told us that the similarities between their book, to which Meghan contributed in 201
# COVER  "It's obviously very flattering, she has to like our concept! I love Meghan and I'm a big fan, but it's a bit disappointing, "said Brett, a columnist from the country below, on the title selection that shows the faces of different women who were classified as" Forces for Change "separate boxes.
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"But any project designed to support the empowerment of women is a great support to" she continued. Our book was for charity – hopefully they will give the proceeds for a good cause.
Although it is not clear whether the cover concept was Meghan's idea, the 16th picture is a mirror, according to the Daily Mail, her suggestion was to inspire readers to be their own forces for change.  MEGHAN MARKLE COMBINED WITH THE INTENSITY OF THE HEADLAMP
The Game Changers "was released in November 2016 with a black and white cover featuring Meghan along with 40 other celebrities and
The book sold out within weeks when the word surfaced Brett said the book had been reissued There were more women with a pink cover in 2017 and they've become a bestseller.
Adams reiterated Brett's views on revenue from the September issue of British Vogue for a good cause, but said she was as impressed with the Duchess of Sussex as "The Game Changers "if she had written her own book with meaningful interviews and testimonies that she herself had compiled.
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"The Duchess of Sussex is someone we all look up to, whom we want to admire and respect," said Adams, a four-time author who gave her three years ago The first book published that she has positive ideas for change and addresses issues such as diversity and friendliness. But would not it have been more powerful if she had just written a book and interviewed women and donated the money to charity? Brett also spoke out in favor of Australi a is "Sunrise" on Tuesday morning and said she had "initially thought nothing of it."
"And then someone sent me the press release, and the wording was very similar." Brett added, "She said groundbreaking changeists who are fearless women, and who stands in the back of my book, groundbreaking, groundbreaking, fearless women." And so I thought, wow, that's very similar. "19659005] Brett said, she did not know how big the deal was until her phone rang the hook for media inquiries.
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"Suddenly, I was called by the world's media it made me realize that she is extremely questioned, "Brett said, downplaying the success of the book she'd written with Adams." This is such a small thing, it's a little book in Aussie "she joked.
Brett and Adams – a duo of two authors – have since released "The Juggle," which debuted in April 2019 and was screened in cinemas. High-profile mothers who combine career and family.
Representatives of British Vogue and Kensington Palace did not return Fox News' request for comment.