Reports of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s much-discussed “Worldwide Privacy Tour” drawing to a close were greatly exaggerated, asserts a royal insider.
According to Kinsey Schofield, host of the “To Di For Daily” podcast, the exploration of Harry’s past is far from over, contradicting recent reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would cease bombshell interviews and sensational tell-all memoirs.
Schofield, speaking to Fox News, revealed that a source informed her about Harry’s potential plans to create a documentary centered on his late mother, Princess Diana. “There is nothing left to say” is an inaccurate statement, Schofield remarked, referencing a report that suggested the couple would halt their spree of revelations.
She added, “Prince Harry himself stated that he withheld revelations in ‘Spare’ to protect his father, King Charles, and brother, Prince William. This part of his interview was instantly interpreted as a possible indication that Harry may continue to disclose further information.”
Harry released his eye-opening 400-page book, “Spare,” in January, delving into shocking revelations about his strained relationship with the royal family.
In addition, the couple’s controversial Netflix docuseries, “Harry & Meghan,” aired last year, chronicling their move to Montecito, California, in 2020 and more.
Prior to that, during their highly publicized 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, the former “Suits” actress, Meghan Markle, revealed her struggles with suicidal thoughts and experiences of racism within the palace.
Requests for comments from Harry and Meghan’s representatives have gone unanswered.
Meanwhile, Christopher Andersen, author of “The King,” weighed in, suggesting that although the couple could stop criticizing the House of Windsor, he doubts they will completely step back. “There are ongoing issues, causes, awards, red carpets, lawsuits, and grievances aplenty to keep them in the public eye,” he commented.
“There is a significant difference between stepping back and vanishing. Even if they wanted to, Harry and Meghan wouldn’t fade away from the public eye.”
Schofield also shared her opinion on the possibility of Harry selling the film rights to “Spare” for a substantial sum. Although the royal rebels’ representatives declined to comment on a potential screen adaptation, a source close to the couple assured The Post that they have no intention of turning “Spare” into a film.
She noted that Netflix promptly canceled Markle’s animated series, “Pearl,” but Hollywood remains primarily interested in Harry and Meghan’s connection to the British royal family.
Recent reports indicated that the couple had “nothing left to say” about their private lives.
“Harry and Meghan risk becoming irrelevant by distancing themselves from the royals. They will have to continuously remind us of their connection,” Schofield claimed.
She further asserted that this task is becoming increasingly challenging to achieve organically, given the royal family’s apparent distancing.