Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly have "plenty left to say" regarding their experience with the Royal Family.
According to royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams, while speaking to Daily Mail, said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a lot of material to work with, in particular, Prince Harry’s childhood.
"His early life might make the third (book) and Meghan could write a memoir, as has been rumoured," he said.
"There is obviously plenty left that they could say in print.
"The question is, would it benefit them and how would it help their brand and the causes they support?"
Pertinent to mention is that the pair had departed from the UK in a bid to live a quiet life in Montecito, California in 2020.
Since then the pair sat down for an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, created a three-part documentary on Netflix with the Duke of Sussex writing his bombshell memoir Spare.
Considering the roaring reception the couple received regarding their work, the royal expert stated that the Sussexes have no plans to stop.
"The international interest in what they do is still enormous," he said.
"It is obvious, for good or ill as they remain estranged from the Royal Family, the Sussexes have a great deal more to say.
"The way they choose to say it in future may be as sensational as the ways they have chosen to do so in the past."