AceShowbiz - Meghan Markle's Hollywood career may be in jeopardy following the drama surrounding Omid Scobie's bombshell book "Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy's Fight for Survival". A royal expert claims that the Duchess of Sussex might be dropped by her talent agency soon in the wake of the controversy.
According to royal expert Angela Levin,William Morris Endeavor is "horrified" about what repercussions Omid's book could have for the Sussexes' rebrand. The expert added to GB News, "It seems to me that they will think very carefully what they do next. I have never heard such a well-known agency be clear about how they feel."
Angela further shared that the biography, which reignited the royal race row, could damage Meghan's Hollywood plans instead of benefitting her. "Meghan needs to be very careful. A lot of people have dropped her. The agency has told her to 'stop moaning,' because people are 'getting fed up' with it," she continued.
"If they now feel they have an even harder job to do in order to get her famous, it's going to be difficult. It is going to be very difficult to get the glamor she wants," Angela noted, adding that the wife of Prince Harry "is someone who needs to be adored all the time by the public."
Omid's new book made headlines after its Dutch edition accidentally named King Charles III and Princess Kate Middleton as the alleged royal members who were concerned about Harry and Meghan's then-unborn son Prince Archie. Following the mishap, the sales for the book in the Netherlands were quickly put on hold.
When asked about the error, Omid insisted that he was not to blame for it. "It's not for me to apologize because I still want to know what's happened," he said during a recent interview on BBC Newsnight. The 42-year-old author added that he "was extremely proud of" has been "completely overshadowed by an event that's caused me a lot of frustration."
"There are irresponsible people in this country that have broken the law and repeated names that should never have been repeated," he added. "The book I wrote, the book I edited, the book I signed off on, did not have names in it. I'm as frustrated as everyone else."
Omid also said that he's launched an investigation to find out the root of the problems. "So I'm looking forward to finding out more about it because the English version of the book - the only one I know - the version I signed off on, that's the book that is out there today, that's the book that has no names in it," he explained.