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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's explosive biography, written by renowned and respected royal writers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, is set to be tweaked in the coming months with a sizeable update - one that many are probably already well familiar with.
A new report from HELLO! claims the book will be updated to include information about the pair's milestone interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired in March this year.
The book, Finding Freedom, looks back at the Sussexes tumultous journey as royals - from before their marriage in 2016, right up until mid-2020 when the book was published.
While living in their new home of Santa Barbara, which is where they moved at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and have resided since, the pair have continued to work on their own umbrella foundation, Archewell. All seemed well, all seemed quiet... until March 2021.
Sitting down for an explosive one-on-one interview with iconic TV host Oprah Winfrey, the pair shed bombshell after bombshell in the two-hour special, which aired globally via CBS.
From troubling racism accusations, to Meghan and Duchess Catherine's supposed 'feud' which ended in tears - no holds were barred in the exposing interview.
In a deeply saddening revelation from Meghan during the interview, she detailed conversations had in the lead up to giving birth to her baby son Archie.
"We had in tandem the conversations of how he won't be given security," she told Oprah.
According to Meghan, Palace officials informed her that her child would not have a title, and raised "concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born."
Oprah asked her more about this, with Meghan telling her: "That was relayed to me from Harry from conversations that family had with him."
She added that her security concerns only deepened throughout her last few months of pregnancy.
"They were saying they didn't want him to be a prince, which would be different to protocol, and that he wasn't going to receive security. This went on for the last few months of our pregnancy," she explained.
In another concerning revelation, Meghan admitted she had reached a terribly dark place after months of feeling unsupported within the royal Firm.
"I was ashamed to say it at the time and ashamed to have to admit it to Harry. But I knew that if I didn't say it – then I would do it. I just didn't want to be alive anymore. That was clear and real and frightening and constant thought."
She added of the awful time: "I thought it would solve everything for everyone."
She said she went to Human Resources (HR) at the palace but they allegedly told her: "There is nothing we can do to help you because you are not a paid member of the institution."
"Nothing was ever done," Meghan revealed.
But in another joyful reveal, the pair have also announced in recent months they are expecting their second child - a baby girl.
She will join older brother Archie, who turns two in May.
"To have any child would have been amazing. But to have a boy and then a girl? What more could you ask for?" Harry told Oprah in the interview.
They added that they'll be stopping at two kids - plus their two adorable pooches, Pula and Guy.