Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry’s, 35, decision to step down as senior royals shook the monarchy to its core. However, the couple reached an agreement with Queen Elizabeth II and ceased to be working members of the Royal Family at the end of March.
Following their royal withdrawal news of a new book about their step down was announced.
Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family is co-authored by journalist Omid Scobie and producer Carolyn Durand and will be published by Harper Collins.
The book claims to be “an honest, up-close, and disarming portrait of a confident, influential, and forward-thinking couple who are unafraid to break with tradition, determined to create a new path away from the spotlight, and dedicated to building a humanitarian legacy that will make a profound difference in the world.”
Meghan and Harry do not claim to have co-operated on the book which is said to be based on accounts from sources close to the couple.
However, despite the couple distancing themselves from the project, there is still speculation they may have had some input.
One royal expert has claimed the book may prove to be “dynamite” and could prove damaging to the Royal Family.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told the Daily Star Online: ”What this book has the potential to do is cause further serious harm.
“This obviously has the potential to be dynamite. Officially Harry and Meghan are not admitting that it is, so to speak, their side of the story.”
Mr Fitzwilliams claims the Queen would “love a relationship with Archie” and that Meghan and Harry “would always be welcome” back to the Fold.
He added: “In my opinion, it would be sensible to let time heal because the Queen obviously would love a relationship with Archie and there is no question that she made clear they would always be welcome back.
“That seems most unlikely, but the point is what you put in print has a very considerable effect, and whether you’ve personally done it or those close to you, it could be seen as what they have approved.
“And if they make any comments which are critical of the royal family or hurtful that would be most unhelpful.”