Harry And Meghan's New Netflix Adaptation Sounds Eerily Comparable To Their Actual-Life Experiences

An prompt bestseller, Carley Fortune’s “Meet Me on the Lake” follows Fern Brookbanks, a girl reluctantly tasked with taking up her late mom’s lakeside resort. Into her life strolls Will Baxter, with whom she spent only one life-changing day some years earlier. “I as soon as thought he is perhaps my soulmate. I as soon as thought he and I might be right here collectively beneath very totally different circumstances,” Fern muses. Can the 2 discover that connection once more? (Is there actually any doubt?)

An unnamed supply has instructed The U.S. Solar, “The themes of the ebook actually gripped the couple,” and the tabloid factors out some fascinating similarities between the novel and the Sussexes’ actual lives. As an example, Fern inherits the holiday spot after her mom dies in a automobile crash — an eerie echo of Princess Diana’s tragic demise. Fern’s dad and mom had been divorced, simply as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s had been. Will has struggled with postpartum-related psychological points, a lot as Meghan did after Archie’s delivery. Will and Fern’s wardrobe selections are just like the casual-wear kinds we have seen on the royals. Even Fern’s final identify is sort of equivalent to that of Jack Brooksbank, husband of Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie.

Followers who devoured the novel will likely be curious to see how the Netflix model compares, however the extra fascinating query is whether or not Harry and Meghan’s transfer away from tell-alls will sometime result in a happily-ever-after with the royal household.