With the "true story" of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's life together due to hit the shelves later this year, royal editor and co-author of the book, Omid Scobie, gave some insight on what to expect.
Glimpses into Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's life are often limited to short interviews or television appearances, pictures, headlines, and what they choose to share on social media.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend The Endeavour Fund Awards on March 05, 2020, in London, England. | Source: Getty Images.
AN IN-DEPTH LOOK
However, the new biography written by Harper Bazaar's royal editor Omid Scobie and award-winning writer Carolyn Durand promises an in-depth look at their life behind closed doors.
With the biography, "Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan, and the Making of a Modern Royal Family" set to be published on August 11, Omid excitedly shared the news on social media and wrote:
"For the first time, go beyond the headlines and discover the true story of Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex."
IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING
Having worked on the book for two years and thus closely with the royal couple, the two authors aim to tell "an accurate version" of their life together and reveal the "truth of misreported stories."
"But along the way I have watched a couple remain faithful to their own beliefs and stand strong in the face of adversity, Omid told Harper Bazaar. "Though their story has largely taken place behind palace walls, their journey to create a life of purpose and freedom is something I think we can all relate to."
AN EVENTFUL JOURNEY OF LATE
Meghan and Prince Harry's journey this year alone dished up plenty of surprises. After announcing their split as senior members of the royal family at the beginning of the year, the couple moved with their son Archie to Canada before relocation to sunny California in March.
With the family of three now hunkered down together in quarantine amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, they are looking forward to an upcoming milestone celebration as a family.
CELEBRATING THE JOYS OF LIFE
On May 6, Archie will celebrate his first birthday, and mom Meghan has a line of treats in store for the special day. According to reports, Archie will start his birthday with FaceTime calls from his grandmother Doria Ragland, Prince Charles, and the Queen.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's gift for little Archie had already arrived, and the tot will get to open up all his presents amid festive balloons, a number one shaped birthday cake, animal-themed cupcakes, and several stuffed animal toys - because he loves animals so much.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with their son Archie on September 25, 2019, in Cape Town, South Africa. | Source: Getty Images.
HARRY ALREADY LAUNCHED A NEW PROJECT
Even though Meghan and Prince Harry spent the last few months prioritizing their time together as a family, Prince Harry already stepped into the spotlight with his first major initiative since leaving official royal life.
At the end of last month, Prince Harry announced the launch of HeadFIT, an online platform launched by Heads Together - the mental health campaign spearheaded by brother William and Harry, and Kate Middleton.
HeadFIT will provide UK military personnel in need of mental healthcare or advice, with online 24/7 access to those services.
On April 21, Queen Elizabeth turned 94, and even though she spent the day without the usual celebrations, the monarch still received love and congratulations from her family.
Currently, in quarantine at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip, the queen reportedly got a special video call from the three Sussexes over in the United States to congratulate her on her birthday.