The new epilogue of Finding Freedom — which will be released on August 31, the 24th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana — will detail new topics about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
“In the new epilogue, [Omid] Scobie and [Carolyn] Durand share behind the scenes of Harry and Meghan’s groundbreaking interview with Oprah [Winfrey], details behind the couple’s move to California, the various philanthropic and business endeavors the Sussexes have been involved with since their move and what’s to come with Archewell Productions,” HarperCollins said in a press release.
Additionally, the updated book will touch upon Meghan's "emotional healing journey from losing a child" to the birth of her and Harry's daughter, Lilibet Diana, to the “continuous challenges the couple faces regarding privacy and the British press.”
Lastly, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand also talk about the pair's "heartbreak" over Prince Philip's death.
As soon as the former actress, 39, and Harry, 36, heard the news of Philip's passing, they immediately reached out to the royal family.
“Meghan and Harry were told about his grandfather’s passing by his father, Prince Charles, before the news was made public. The first thing they did was call the Queen and check in on her,” a source exclusively told The Royal Observer. “Meghan just picked up the phone and called. It might not have been the right thing to do, and it may not follow protocol, but she didn’t care. When another human being is hurting, you reach out to them.”
In February, when Philip was first hospitalized, Meghan and Harry dialed Queen Elizabeth.
"This morning, I woke up earlier than H and saw a note from someone on our team in the U.K. saying that the Duke of Edinburgh had gone to the hospital," Meghan told Winfrey in March. "But I just picked up the phone and I called the Queen just to check in."
"That's what we do," she explained. "Being able to default to not having to every moment go, 'Is that appropriate?'"
Meghan also candidly discussed her miscarriage in an op-ed for The New York Times.
"I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child that I was losing my second," she wrote in the article titled "The Losses We Share."