• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly working on a bombshell biography
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that they won't work with Daily Mail, Express, Mirror and The Sun
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been accused of censorship after cutting ties with four tabloids from the U.K.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly working with two friendly journalists for their explosive biography after leaving the royal family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex already stepped back from their royal duties. On April 1, they officially became non-working royals. Prince Harry and Markle are currently in the U.S. However, according Ian Gallagher, chief reporter of Daily Mail, the royal couple is working on a bombshell biography.

The explosive book is reportedly titled “Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World Of Harry And Meghan” and it was meant to paint a flattering portrait about the couple.

However, there are fears that the upcoming book will cover the Sussexes’ strained relationship with the royal family and their painful decision to quit Britain. Prince Harry and Markle reportedly worked with two journalists to write the biography.

The authors of Prince Harry and Markle’s explosive biography are reportedly royal correspondent Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. Scobie is considered one of Markle’s cheerleaders and among her favorite journalists. In fact, Scobie got the details about Prince Harry and Markle’s video call to Queen Elizabeth II last week for Her Majesty’s 94th birthday.

Scobie has been covering the royal family for a number of years already and Prince Harry and Markle’s biography will boost his profile, Gallager wrote. He added that Scobie is a man that Markle could rely on to fight of her corner.

Scobie is teaming up with Durand, another “Sussex-friendly journalist” and a well-respected producer. She has covered the royals for over 15 years already. She write about the royal family for Elle magazine.

“Scobie and Durand’s biography primises to tell the couple’s ‘real’ story. For that we must wait,” the report added.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle cut ties with four major tabloids from the U.K. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that there will be “no collaboration and zero engagement” between them and Daily Mail, Express, Mirror and The Sun.

Scobie shared the letter that Prince Harry and Markle sent to the editors of the four outlets on Twitter. However, the Society of Editors denounced the couple’s move and called it “censorship.”

“Although the duke and duchess say they support a free press and all it stands for there is no escaping their actions here amount to censorship,” executive director Ian Murray told The Sunday Times.