Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's biography "Finding Freedom" had just been released a few weeks ago, and there's already news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will do a tell-all interview on TV.
In a report by the National Enquirer, they claim that the 39-year-old former "Suits" star is demanding $90 million to keep silent about the royal family.
The publication claims that the royal family doesn't want a "no-holds-barred TV interview" from the Duchess of Sussex.
The Enquirer further claims that Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to be on the opposing side of the table, saying that the Sussexes "don't deserve a dime."
According to their insider, Meghan Markle has deviously planned something like this ever since marrying Prince Harry.
The source added, "She never fit into the royal life and was even nicknamed 'Diva Duchess' for being difficult and demanding."
Further claims made by the publication said that the former "Deal or No Deal" briefcase girl "snubbed the queen," as well as the Duchess of Sussex is "intensely jealous of Kate."
Since quitting the royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also dropped their Sussex Royal brand but is reportedly hoping to turn the brand into a global empire.
However, according to Gossip Cop, National Enquirer's claim that Meghan Markle is blackmailing the royal family is entirely false.
Though there was a book released about their lives as royals, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex denied any collaboration with the book. So it's something that shouldn't be considered as a tell-all.
Many reports also claim that there has never been a rivalry between Markle and Kate Middleton.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially stepped down as senior royals in March, and since then, they've been staying in the US. Recently, they were able to purchase a $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, California.
The couple is not often seen together, but in some rare instances, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex make joint appearances in video conferences.
Recently, the parents of baby Archie Harrison appeared from home in a video conference with leaders within the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. The latter is working to make positive changes in using digital media and taking action against bullying.
"It's on all of us collectively to make the world a better place, and we are," Prince Harry agreed.
The Duke also mentioned his grandmother and her goals for the Commonwealth.
"I think everything my grandmother wanted to achieve when she took this huge responsibility on, she's managed," the dad-of-one said.
"... Hearing you guys, and knowing the broad spectrum that QCT engulfs, you're the definition of the 21st century Commonwealth, and what it means to be part of it. You are there, standing for equality, for mutual respect, and fairness."
The couple also noted how COVID-19 has changed how people interact with each other online and the implications that it can have.
The Duchess suggested that everybody's mental and emotional health is more fragile now than before because of the coronavirus. Everybody's dependability to cope relies on devices because of the absence of human interaction.
"People are going online more than ever before to feel community. You can either train people to be cruel, or you can train people to be kind. It's that simple."