The Real Reason Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Biography Is Getting Updated

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's life away from their royal relatives has been evolving rapidly. They made their first move to live more independently from the British royal family in early 2020 when they announced that they would be stepping back from their duties for an undesignated amount of time and working to support themselves financially. Then, they embarked on a trip across the pond to North America, where they temporarily lived in Canada before settling down — seemingly for good — in Los Angeles, Calif.

While Harry and Meghan were rarely spotted in public following their move, they were working hard behind the scenes securing deals with public speaking firm The Harry Walker Agency, which also represents high-profile names like the Obamas and the Clintons, and Netflix. About a year after settling into their new life, the couple officially announced in February that they would no longer be working for the British royal family and gave up their "His/Her Highness titles," as detailed by People. To cap off a year of change for Harry and Meghan, they announced they are pregnant with a baby girl the same month.

Clearly, a lot has changed with the couple, and royal experts and historians are diligently keeping track of the twists and turns in their life story. Consequently, their biography "Finding Freedom" is due for a facelift. Keep reading to learn the real reason Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biography is getting updated.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biography will cover ongoing family drama

Just like their growing family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biography "Finding Freedom" is getting an addition. According to The Sunday Times, royal biographers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will be adding chapters to the book to cover the couple's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey that was televised in March, address bullying claims against Meghan by palace aides that surfaced ahead of the revelatory interview, and speak about Prince Philip's death. Also reportedly included will be intel about Harry's devastation about losing his royal titles. The publication stated that the re-issue will be released on August 5.

However, Scobie has already called out The Times for inaccurately reporting on the reissue, tweeting on April 5 that the article is a "not-so-accurate report" and that the publication "didn't even bother asking for comment before falsely claiming a paperback edition will feature new chapters that will 'reopen royal rifts.'" He continued, "Why let facts get in the way of a spicy story though, eh?" However, he did not deny a new version of the book altogether.

A royal courtier told The Sunday Times that the book "will not help" relations between Harry, Meghan, and their already shocked royal family members who are still recovering emotionally from their tell-all interview. 

While it seems that a an update of "Finding Freedom" may be in the works, only time will tell what will actually be covered in its pages.