Many fans also believe that the authors secretly took help from the Sussexes themselves in writing this book even though the couple's representatives have denied any involvement or sharing sensitive insider information written in the explosive biography.
A spokesperson insisted that neither Harry nor Meghan were interviewed by the authors, so anything mentioned in book has been contributed by authors themselves and other sources with or without the royal family's consent.
But many people aren't buying into these statements. Much like Meghan and Harry, the late Princess Diana also denied her involvement in her 1992 tell-all, Diana: Her True Story.
But that was disproven by the author, Andrew Morton, after her death. Morton claimed that Diana sent him valuable information through audio clips, a strategy Meghan could have also used to get her side of the story out to the public.
This isn't the first time the Royal couple has tried to talk about their struggles on a public scale. In their 2019 documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, the two made some serious admissions that allegedly angered other senior members of the royal family.
The couple didn't bother telling the Queen about the documentary or what it would reveal. In a similar fashion, they announced their resignation from the Firm through an Instagram post, adding more fuel to the fire.