The Duchess of York has planned to write a children's book on bullying, as an advisory to parents to help children cope with such unpleasant experiences.
The royalty has confessed in the past that while she was married to Prince Andrew, her former father-in-law tagged her "odd and pointless".
She had said: "It was so bad that I believed I was this worthless human being.
"I thought maybe Prince Philip was right but I don't really want to develop a thicker skin. I want to know not why he says I'm odd and pointless, but why it would affect me."owever, the Duchess hopes that her new book would be of advantage to children who are bullied.
"All children face new experiences as they grow up and helping them understand and deal with each of them is one of the most demanding and rewarding things we do as parents," the Daily Express quoted the Duchess as saying.
She added: "I hope these books encourage children and parents to talk about these issues. Talking goes a long way to finding a solution." (ANI)