Meghan Markle “used a trip to Rwanda as the backdrop for a fashion shoot,” according to the explosive bio

Meghan Markle brought “suitcases full of clothes” and “insisted” that she could bring a Canadian photographer to Rwanda, according to a explosive biography.

In his new book Revenge, Tom Bower describes how the Duchess of Sussex, 40, was invited by World Vision Canada to travel in January 2016 to be part of a film highlighting the charity’s work building water wells in the African country encourages.

However, Bower claims Meghan had a first-class flight to Rwanda, was accompanied by fashion photographer Gabor Jurina and had her own hair and make-up artist.

Brenda Surminski, a producer assigned to film the trip, was unable to travel to Rwanda and a Canadian cameraman joined the group instead.

However, Bower, who admits he spoke to people who weren’t close to Meghan for his book, claims that after filming with the kids playing with a faucet, Meghan “disappeared” with Jurina to take photos with some of the teens close.

He wrote: “By the end, Surminski was confused. Celebrities who used an abandoned African village as a backdrop for a fashion shoot were “stunning”.

The Duchess of Sussex has not commented on the claims in the book.

Meghan Markle “used a charity trip to Rwanda as a backdrop for a fashion shoot” after bringing “suitcases full of clothes” and “insisting” she could bring a Canadian photographer, a explosive biography claims today

According to Bower, the connection between the Duchess and the charity came about through advertising agency KBS after Toronto-based creative director Matt Hassell suggested she would be “ideal” to promote WVC.

He wrote that Surminski only spoke to Meghan for “30 minutes” before the actress agreed to sponsor the project to build water wells in destitute villages.

The film’s producer, Surminski, was no longer able to travel to the country and instead Meghan arrived with a team of marketing executives from World Vision and a Canadian cinematographer.

Bower wrote that after filming with the kids playing with clean water, Meghan “disappeared” with the fashion photographer.

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

In his new book Revenge, Tom Bower details how the Duchess of Sussex was invited by World Vision Canada to travel in January 2016 to be part of a film to promote the charity’s work building water wells in the African country

He wrote: “For hours, Jurina photographed the perfectly coiffed actress as she hugged, hugged and smiled at village children.”

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

Jurina later posted the fashion photos to his website, with Bower noting they were “more valuable” eight months later.

At the time, she wrote on her website The Tig about her time in Rwanda, where she volunteered in a refugee camp.

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

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

In the emotional piece, Meghan said she splits her time between Hollywood and humanitarian work.

On her website, she wrote, “My life shifts from refugee camps to red carpets, I choose them both because those worlds can actually coexist.”

She continued: “I never wanted to be a lady who eats lunch – I’ve always wanted to be a woman who works. And this kind of work is what feeds my soul and drives my goal.’

Bower claimed Meghan switched outfits between

Bower claimed Meghan switched outfits between “poses” and brought a fashion photographer with her on the charity trip to Rwanda

She added, “Pulling my heart through the swinging pendulum from abundance to lack of access is challenging at times.”

Other bombshells from the book claim Meghan allegedly made the Duchess of Cambridge cry over bridesmaid dresses in a row ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry – a claim Meghan has denied.

Bower wrote that Kate Middleton “broke down in tears” after Meghan “unfavorably compared Princess Charlotte to her best friend Jessica Mulroney’s daughter.”

The claims are the latest in a long line of controversial reports of an alleged disagreement between Meghan and Kate over bridesmaid dresses.

Speaking about the incident in an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, the Duchess of Sussex said: “She (Kate) was upset about something but she owned it and she apologized. And she brought me flowers.’

Bower appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk about his book and said Meghan warned those closest to her not to speak to him.

He said: “She’s made it pretty clear to all her friends and people who work for her not to speak to me, so it’s been quite an uphill battle, but I’ve got enough people to speak to me, more as enough, I have about 80 persons.’

Presenter Ben Shephard asked how the story could be an unbiased account if the author had interviewed people who disliked the Duchess of Sussex.

Bower replied, “Because I’ve looked through everything, I’ve never put things in that aren’t true and can’t be verified.”

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