Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rumored to be drafting a second tell-all book that will focus completely on their departure from The Firm two years ago.
A source told Heat UK that Prince Harry and Markle simply want the truth to be known, regardless of potential criticism.
The insider claimed:
“Meghan and Harry have been discussing the idea of doing a one-off where they lay bare exactly what happened with their royal exit in a bid to stop all the family drama. They’re already doing their show for Netflix, which is more about building their philanthropic brand, but they want to put out something else that will tell their side of the story once and for all.”
However, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s counselors reportedly advised them that writing another tell-all might be detrimental to their relationship.
The tattler added:
“Even some of their closest advisors think it’s a bad idea, and instead of healing any rifts, they fear it could blow the palace apart and there would be serious repercussions for all involved. For now, their team is begging the duo to stick with the Netflix deal and podcast, and stay out of trouble.”
However, the tabloid’s allegations should be taken with a grain of salt. As of late, there is no evidence that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle intend to publish another tell-all in response to the criticism they have received.
The Sussexes do not need to appear in a tell-all in order to express their opinions. Markle now has her own platform where she can discuss the things and issues that are important to her.
Markle has recently released the premiere episode of Archetypes, which focuses on parenting and ambition. She also spoke with her close friend Serena Williams on the podcast.
Upon the premiere of the first episode, a number of Markle’s pals congratulated her on her most recent endeavor.
Daniel Martin, Markle’s makeup artist and friend, stated that he is extremely pleased with Prince Harry’s wife.
Abigail Spencer, Markle’s co-star on Suits, lauded the Duchess of Sussex for continuing to break barriers.
According to People, the president of Archewell, Mandana Dayani, also welcomed the release of the first episode of Markle’s podcast.