Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making u-turn on their projects- including their Netflix show and Harry's memoir - in the wake of Queen Elizabeth's death.
The Duchess of Sussex hit the brakes on the release of new episodes out of respect for the Queen, who died on Sept. 8 aged 96.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now listed at the very bottom of the website, next to Prince Andrew and other minor members of the family.
"The Queen could see how damaging the situation was between Meghan and her father and she did speak to Meghan about it," says royal author Katie Nicholl.
"Being part of the royal family would give her that kudos," a former palace insider told royal author Valentine Low for "Couriers."
By the time the Palace announced Meghan Markle had gone into labor, she was already safely at home with baby Archie.
The book details the alleged ugly behavior by Meghan and husband, Prince Harry, who quit their royal duties in 2020.
A new royal tome claims the Duchess of Sussex was overheard griping, "I can't believe I'm not getting paid for this," amid her first royal tour in the fall of...
Insiders claim to "Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown" author Valentine Low that many "young women" were debilitated by Markle's alleged behavior.
The London-based attorney represented Markle when the Duchess of Sussex sued a British newspaper company for publishing a letter she wrote to her dad.