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Meghan and Harry: Explosive new revelations announced for this summer


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Finding Freedom, the biography devoted to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, will be entitled to a reissue this summer. An updated version that promises to be rich in new explosive revelations and that may still hurt the Sussexes.

The Sussexes are not yet at the end of their troubles. While Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are struggling to regain the trust of the British royal family, new explosive revelations announced for this summer may further deepen the already existing fracture. Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand are planning to release an updated version of their biography of Archie’s parents, Finding Freedom. This one had already made a lot of talk during its release last year in August. And while the authors painted a rather flattering picture of Meghan and Harry, the updated version could be quite different.

As reported by the Sunday Times, the new chapters of the book will address the controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey, but also the rumors that Meghan had intimidated members of the royal staff or the death of Prince Philip and the return of Prince Harry to England for the funeral of his grandfather.


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A book that could destroy any chance of reconciliation

According to Duncan Larcombe, author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, if this book contains new negative information about the royal family, or if it discloses private details of personal conversations between Harry and his family after the funeral, it could destroy any chance of reconciliation between the Windsors and the Sussexes: “It will really be the last straw.

There will never be another chance of reconciliation and all trust will be broken,” he said. A few weeks ago, The Sun reported that the clan of Queen Elizabeth II had suspended all their exchanges with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry because of “constant leaks.” According to several sources, the Windsors would not look very kindly on the fact that their recent family conversations are spread out in great detail in the American press.

The reissue will also cover the Sussexes’ lucrative contracts with Netflix and Spotify, their new life in California and their reaction to the Queen’s decision to strip them of their royal patronage and military titles. The book is scheduled for release on August 5.

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