Meghan Markle is rumored to be the next Sarah Ferguson.

According to Express, the two female royals share a lot of things in common. For instance, they are both writers. The Duchess of Sussex penned an article to Vogue’s September issue, and it has previously been reported that she would be releasing a book about her rescue dogs.

While speaking with 9 News Australia, royal expert Juliet Rieden talked about Prince Harry’s wife’s upcoming book.

“No princesses and castles, who knows. If it’s actually based on the dogs that are her dogs. But this is not the first time a member of the Royal Family has written a children’s book… Sarah, Duchess of York, she wrote a very successful line of children’s books,” she said.

Ferguson has also published several books under her name. Some of her children’s books have also been very successful. Fergie has also released at least two memoirs.

The “Suits” alum and the Duchess of York have also opted to not stick to conventional ways even though they are tied down by their royal titles. For instance, Prince Harry and Markle’s royal wedding last year was very different from the royal weddings of the couples that tied the knot before them.

Markle tapped an American pastor to officiate her royal wedding since she was born and raised in the United States. She and Prince Harry also invited a gospel choir to represent her roots as an African-American woman.

And before Ferguson tied the knot in 1986, she also became the first-ever member of the royal family to ever have a bachelorette party. In 1987, Ferguson and Prince Andrew also helped rewrite the royal protocol on public speaking during their tour of Canada.

Markle and Ferguson are also the same when it comes to expressing their love towards their partner. The two women are not afraid to engage in public displays of affection whenever they are with Prince Harry and Prince Andrew, respectively.

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured attending a panel discussion convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on March 8, 2019 in London. Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images