Harry, Meghan Markle to ‘stop writing books, documentaries’ as there’s ‘nothing left to say’: report

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

In a surprising turn of events, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly decided to put an end to their publication of tell-all stories, sit-down interviews, and participation in large-scale documentaries, according to a recent report. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have apparently reached a point where they feel there is nothing more to add to their public narrative.

The couple made headlines when they stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2021 and relocated to the United States in search of greater privacy. This move led to several highly publicized projects, including a Netflix documentary series and a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. Prince Harry also made waves with the announcement of his memoir, “Spare,” which promised to reveal personal insights and experiences, a source told the Sun.

During their interview with Oprah, Meghan Markle made shocking revelations, including claims that the royal family expressed concerns about the potential darkness of their son Archie’s skin. She also disclosed her struggles with mental health and revealed that her pleas for help were ignored by palace staff. Additionally, Markle alleged that her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, had made her cry during a disagreement over wedding preparations.

Prince Harry has been vocal about his criticisms of the royal family since leaving the UK, particularly targeting his stepmother, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, whom he referred to as a “villain.”

The couple’s revelations have faced criticism and ridicule, with the animated series “South Park” even featuring a parody of a royal couple resembling the Sussexes.

Recently, doubts have been raised about the credibility of Prince Harry and Meghan’s claims. They alleged that they were involved in a dangerous paparazzi car chase through Manhattan, describing it as a “near catastrophic” incident. However, the photo agency involved, Backgrid USA, disputed the allegations, stating that their photographers had no intention of causing harm and that their only objective was capturing images.

With their decision to step away from tell-alls and public appearances, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to be signaling a desire for a quieter and more private life away from the intense scrutiny and controversies that have surrounded them in recent years.