Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have done things their own way since their May 19, 2018 royal wedding and that doesn't appear to be changing anytime soon.

In recent months, not only have they reportedly considered leaving the British royal family, but they have also broken certain royal rules. Now, it appears as though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made another decision that will "challenge the royal family."

According to Radar Online, Meghan and Harry are planning a sequel to their popular documentary "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey." As told to "Straight Shuter" host Rob Shuter, sources revealed that the royals have decided to allow a camera crew to follow them around as they travel to America for Thanksgiving.

If Meghan and Harry do, in fact, invite a film team back into their lives, the members may capture other things during the making as well due to the fact that the royals are facing such a big decision at the moment. 

The choice to allow a camera crew to follow them around again would seemingly counter the royals' openly-discussed need for privacy, which is said to be a driving factor in the Duke and Duchess potentially leaving the U.K. in the future.

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The decision to film another project comes on the heels of Meghan and Harry returning from their royal tour of Africa, which is where the first documentary was filmed. While they were there, they not only fought with the press by launching lawsuits, but the former "Suits" actress also hired "attack dog" lawyers to potentially face off with her father, Thomas Markle, in an upcoming lawsuit.