Meghan Markle was able to bring several’suitcases’ of clothing and insisted that she can take a Canadian photographer along. This is a remarkable biography.

Tom Bower wrote in Revenge about how the Duchess, aged 40, was invited by World Vision Canada on a January 2016 trip to Africa to film the charity’s water-saving work.

Bower however claims Meghan flew first class to Rwanda, where she was accompanied Gabor Jurina, a fashion photographer. She also had her own hair- and makeup artist.

Brenda Surminski was due to document the trip but could not travel. Instead, a Canadian photographer joined the group.

Bower however claims that Meghan disappeared with Jurina after she filmed the children with a water faucet. She wanted to photograph some of the kids.

Surminski seemed puzzled at the conclusion, he wrote. It was “mind-blowing” to see celebrities using an abandoned African village for their fashion shoot. 

However, the Duchess has not commented on these claims.  

Meghan Markle 'used a charity trip to Rwanda as a backdrop for a fashion shoot' after bringing 'suitcases of clothes' and 'insisting' she could bring a Canadian photographer with her, an explosive biography has claimed today

Meghan Markle “used a Rwanda charity trip as a backdrop to a fashion shot” after she brought’suitcases full of clothes’. She also insisted that she bring a Canadian photographer along, a remarkable biography.

Bower says that the relationship between the Duchess (and the charity) was established through KBS Advertising Agency, Toronto’s creative director Matt Hassell suggested Bower would be an ideal candidate for WVC promotion.

He said that Surminski spoke with Meghan only for 30 minutes before she agreed to promote the project to build water wells in poor villages. 

Surminski was unable to travel with the production team and Meghan arrived instead in Canada, accompanied by a group of World Vision marketing professionals and a Canadian photographer. 

Bower said that Meghan vanished with her fashion photographer after they had shot with them while playing with clean water. 

Writing in his new book Revenge, Tom Bower detailed how the Duchess of Sussex was invited on the trip in January 2016 by World Vision Canada to be part of a film to promote the charity's work building water wells in the African country

Tom Bower wrote in Revenge about how World Vision Canada invited Duchess Sussex to join a promotional film on their work in building water wells for Africa. 

Jurina wrote: Jurina photographed the perfect coiffured actress hugging and smiling at children in villages for hours.

Meanwhile he wrote Surminksi felt the Duchess was ‘on a path with visions of something good happening at the end, but her destination was unknown.’

Jurina  would later post the fashion photographs on his website, with Bower noting how eight months later, they would be ‘more valuable.’ 

On her site The Tig, at the time she wrote about her experience in Rwanda. She volunteered at a refugee camp.

Bower claims Meghan flew to Rwanda first class and was accompanied by fashion photographer Gabor Jurina

Bower claimed Meghan traveled to Rwanda in first class with Gabor Jurina (fashion photographer).

Meghan shared her feelings in the touching piece, saying that she had split her time between Hollywood work and humanitarian projects.

On her website, she wrote: “My life changes from refugee camps and red carpets. They both work because the two worlds are possible to coexist.” 

She continued: ‘I’ve never wanted to be a lady who lunches – I’ve always wanted to be a woman who works. I find this kind of work what fuels my spirit and gives me purpose. 

Bower claimed Meghan changed outfits between 'poses' and brought a fashion photographer on the charity trip to Rwanda

Bower stated that Meghan had changed her outfits and taken a fashion photographer with her on her charity trip to Rwanda. 

Elle added that “Guiding my heart through the swinging pendulum of excess to inaccessibility is sometimes difficult.”

Others in the book include claims that Meghan made Meghan cry over her bridesmaids gowns leading up to the wedding to Prince Harry – something Meghan strongly denies.

Bower wrote that Kate Middleton ‘burst into tears’ after Meghan ‘compared Princess Charlotte unfavourably to her best friend Jessica Mulroney’s daughter’.

This is the latest dispute in an ongoing series of accounts about a dispute between Meghan & Kate regarding bridesmaids gowns.

Speaking to Oprah Winfrey about the incident in an explosive interview last year, the Duchess of Sussex said: ‘She (Kate) was upset about something, but she owned it, and she apologised. She also brought flowers to my house.

Bower discussed his book on Good Morning Britain. He said Meghan warned her closest friends not to talk to him.

He said: ‘She made it pretty clear to all her friends and people who work for her not to talk to me, so it was quite an uphill struggle but I got enough people to speak to me, more than enough, I got about 80 people.’

Ben Shephard, a presenter, asked Ben Shephard how the article could be objective if it had been written by people who don’t like the Duchess. 

Bower replied, “Because of the way I went through it all, there was nothing I didn’t believe and could not be verified.”