Meghan is taking to the airwaves to talk about her new book (Picture: Reuters)
Meghan Markle is set to appear on national radio in the US for her first interview since the birth of her new daughter Lilibet.
The Duchess of Sussex will talk about her new children’s book, The Bench, on NPR Weekend radio show on Sunday.
It’ll be the first time her fans get to hear from her since she gave birth to her second child on June 4.
The chat with host Samantha Balaban will be the only interview Meghan does about the book, according to friend Omid Scobie.
He tweeted: ‘Fresh off the heels of her first children’s book becoming a certified #1 New York Times bestseller, Duchess Meghan will be giving her only interview about #TheBench to @samanthabalaban at the renowned @NPRWeekend show, this Sunday between 8am-10am Eastern.’
The book, inspired by a poem Meghan wrote for husband Prince Harry on father’s day, has been selling well in the US and topped the New York Times Bestsellers List for children’s picture books.
It has been less popular in the UK and only sold 3,212 copies in its first week after being published on June 8.
It tells the story of a father and son and touches on themes of love, representation and inclusivity.
Earlier, reports said Meghan was ‘back on her feet’ and had been walking her dogs just 11 days after giving birth.
The couple have both taken several months off work to spend time as a family and recuperate after a whirlwind year.
Fans are still waiting to see a first picture of Lilibet – named after the Queen – although senior royals have reportedly been sent one over WhatsApp.
Meghan has not said much publicly so far about her new daughter and it is expected the Sussexes will do their utmost to protect her privacy as they have done with their firstborn son, Archie.
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