Harry, Meghan ‘nowhere near done’ speaking out about royals

Rumors of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s lenghty “Worldwide Privacy Tour” coming to an end were highly exaggerated, according to one royal insiders.

“To Di For Daily” podcast host Kinsey Schofield has claimed that “the exploration of Harry’s past is nowhere near done” — just a day after it was reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would stop engaging in bombshell interviews and dropping shocking tell-all memoirs.

The royal commenter told Fox News that a source recently disclosed to her that Harry, 38, is looking into making a documentary about his mom, the late Princess Diana.

” ‘There is nothing left to say’ is a factually inaccurate declaration,” Schofield said, referencing a report from the The Sun that claimed the couple would cease their marathon of confessions.

“Prince Harry himself told The Telegraph that he held back revelations in ‘Spare’ to protect his father [King Charles] and brother [Prince William],” Schofield added. “This portion of his interview was instantly interpreted as a potential threat that Harry could continue to spill the tea.”

The Invictus Games founder unleashed his 400-page book “Spare” this past January, revealing jaw-dropping details about his estranged relationship with the royal family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been estranged from the royal family since 2020.
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Prince Harry dropped many revelations in his recent book, “Spare.”
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The couple also released their controversial Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan” last year, detailing their 2020 move to Monetcito, Calif. and more.

Before that, the former “Suits” actress, 41, and her husband rocked the world with their controversial 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, where Markle admitted she contemplated suicide and faced racism within the palace.

Reps for Harry and Meghan have not responded to The Post”s requests for comments.

Meanwhile, “The King” author Christopher Andersenn also spoke to Fox News, noting that the pair could stop criticizing the House of Windsor, but he doesn’t think they will “truly step back.”

“There are issues and causes and awards and red carpets and ongoing lawsuits and grievances aplenty to keep them in the public eye,” he said.

“There’s a huge difference between stepping back and vanishing. Harry and Meghan wouldn’t disappear from the public eye even if they knew how.”

Schofield also gave her thoughts on Harry possibly selling the film rights for “Spare” for a pretty penny. (Reps for the royal rebels again declined to comment on a possible screen adapation, but a source close to the couple told The Post they “have no intention of turning ‘Spare’ into a film.”)

She stated that Netflix was “quick” to cancel Markle’s animated series, “Pearl,” however, Hollywood is still “primarily interested in Harry and Meghan’s connection to the British royal family.”

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It was reported earlier this month that the couple have “nothing left to say” about their private lives.
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“Harry and Meghan risk irrelevance by distancing themselves from the royals. They will have to continue to remind us of their relationship,” Schofield claimed.

She then declared that this task is “getting harder and harder to do organically” as the royal family have “distanced” themselves.

“Would Harry and Meghan like to stay behind the scenes? Sounds nice … but realistically the buyers expect more than that,” she said.

The Megxit twosome began dating in 2016 and tied the knot in 2018 at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. They decided to take a step back as senior members of the Firm in early 2020.

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