Meghan Markle’s half-sister Samantha Markle just announced that she will actually be releasing two books in the coming months.

On her Twitter account, the multiple sclerosis patient announced that her first book will be available to the public in April, and the second one will be released in June.

Samantha also announced the title of her two books, which are “In The Shadows of the Duchess I” and “In the Shadow of the Duchess II.” Last year, the 54-year-old said that her book will be called “The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister,” but this stirred negative reactions from Markle’s supporters.

She, later on, retitled the book to “A Tale of Two Sisters,” and finally settled with the two official titles she announced on Sunday. Since Prince Harry’s wife is scheduled to give birth in April, Samantha has vowed to hijack the royal baby’s birth by releasing the no-holds-barred book.

Samantha said that she didn’t hold back in sharing stories about herself and Markle in the book and said that the sociological journey covers everything.

“The world does not know the whole truth… I’m not holding back! From lullabies to lies… it’s all there in my book,” she said. “The book covers everything that goes on behind the scenes that the world does not know and trust me there is a lot,” she said.

Prior to her announcement, Samantha was interviewed by Kyle Sandilands in a radio show on KIIS 106.5. While sharing details of her book, the radio host accused Samantha of using Markle’s fame to benefit her and her new book. Before hanging up the phone, Sandilands also said that Samantha’s book should have been called “My Boring Life.”

Markle and her half-sister are not in the best of terms at the moment. This is one the reasons why Samantha’s decision to release a tell-all book is being criticized. Her efforts to reach out to the Duchess of Sussex have not also been successful because Markle has refused to talk to her and the other members of her dad’s side of the family.