The authors of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's biography, Finding Freedom, will be releasing an updated version of the book and it will cover new chapters of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey.

According to reports, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will delve into the allegations of bullying lodged against Markle from staff members of the palace in the new chapters, which came out more than three years after the incidents happened. It will also cover the death of Prince Philip, whom Harry was closed to until the latter decided to move to the United States.

The new stories will highlight how Meghan Markle and Harry were able to secure deals multi-million deals with Netflix and Spotify. The couple claimed in the Winfrey interview that they had to get these deals, which were not part of their plan because they were financially cut off by Prince Charles, Harry's father, the moment they moved to California. They needed the deals to pay for their security.

Representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said when Finding Freedom was first released in August 2020 that the authors were not able to do an actual interview of Harry and Markle and that the pair did not collaborate with Scobie and Durand. Instead, the authors wrote the book based on their access and experience as part of the royal press corps.

Daily Mail reported that the new chapters of Finding Freedom, which was a bestseller last year, will be out this summer. However, the news outlet cited that the previous version of the book is now on sale for less than a dollar within just five months of its initial release.

Sources inside the palace also told Daily Mail that the updated version of Finding Freedom will not help Harry mend his relationship with his family, especially after the Winfrey interview and so soon after his brief reunion with the royal family during the Duke of Edinburgh's. But Harry apparently told Scobie that his return to London during the funeral of his grandfather was not about fixing his issues with the royals as it was a "family-focused" reunion.

The Duke of Sussex said that he got the chance to briefly talk with his father and brother but there was no progressive resolution to their conflicts. The Prince of Wales had to leave the following day while Harry also flew back to California to be back home with Meghan Markle.