Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's media team denies the Sussex couple's contribution to their unofficial biography, Finding Freedom. However, a recent report has claimed that they might have because of a "clue."

Following the release of the book's excerpts ahead of its official release, the Duke and Duchess' camp said that they "were not interviewed" for the material. The spokesperson from the Sunshine Sachs PR agency, reportedly, added that the claims on the book are from the authors' experiences as they are part of the "royal press corps," according to the  Daily Express.

The authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, echoed the assertions of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's PR team. They, reportedly, told The Times that they, alongside the book, do not claim to have any interviews with the Sussex couple.

Finding Freedom features several claims and allegations in hopes of clarifying what happened between the Sussexes and the members of the British Royal Family. The material also, reportedly, details the events leading to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's shocking exit.

The allegations include the apparent tension Meghan has had with senior royals and courtiers, as well as the true nature of her relationship with Kate Middleton. It also features the "decline" of Prince Harry's relationship with Prince William.

Aside from their relationships with the members of the Royal Family, the book shares intimate details of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship. Some of these details include where they met, and who said "I love you" first.

With these kinds of insights, it is not, reportedly, surprising why many have wondered whether the Sussex couple contributed to Finding Freedom. Although their camp has already denied any participation, a recent report has emerged claiming that they might have.

Writing for The Spectator, Joanna Williams speculated that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry likely assisted the authors in finishing the book, according to Cheat Sheet. She said that the reason behind this is that they have not announced any plans yet on taking legal actions against Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.

Williams, then, asserted that the Sussex couple even "endorsed" the material ahead of its release. Hence, it is likely that they "approve" of it.

Despite the continued denials of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, alongside the authors, the couple's silence, reportedly, "speaks volumes." In the end, she said that the public, however, is "expected to believe" that the authors completed Finding Freedom "without input from the Sussexes."