Of late, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in the news for their much-publicized lawsuit against “Mail On Sunday,” which had published a letter by the Suits actress to her father without seeking her permission. The former royals are once again in the news with reports of them joining hands with two journalists who will be writing the couple’s biography.

In fact, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly given a tell-all interview to the two journalists, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, before moving to Los Angeles. Omid Scobie is the royal editor at Harper's Bazaar online who has covered the royal family for eight years and is also an ABC News royal contributor. Carolyn Durand is known for her royal news contributions to “Elle” magazine and “Oprah” magazine. 

The interview is in lieu of the biographical book, reportedly titled Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World of Harry and Meghan, whose release date was pushed back from June to August in order to include the couple stepping down as “senior members” of the royal family.

Touted to be a 320-page book, the biography has already struck fear in the hearts of palace courtiers who are afraid of the couple exposing “royal secrets” and giving detailed testimony. 

“There is always concern when there is a book coming out, probably more so on this one if what we read is true that they have co-operated. If they have co-operated then there is concern. It also begs the question how much have they co-operated?” said Arbiter, former press secretary to Queen Dickie.  

But he hopes that as Prince Harry, 35, has never been “badly treated by the family”, his book won’t be as scandalously or have a negative effect on the Royal family’s reputation, unlike the book his mother Princess Diana did in 1992 with Andrew Morton.

But despite it all, the biography is rumored to contain details about the rift between Prince Harry and Prince William, and many other details. 

“Collaborating with pliable authors and magazine journalists while shunning those deemed awkward is standard Royal practice, but for Harry and Meghan it’s not just about image – for them, it’s business: a vital part of the self-branding and marketing process,” wrote Patrick Jephson, Princess Diana’s former private secretary.

prince harry meghan markle Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex depart Canada House on January 07, 2020 in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images