Despite widespread speculation about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle discontinuing their revealing public interviews and explosive memoir releases, royal insider and podcast host of "To Di For Daily," Kinsey Schofield, suggests otherwise. She recently informed Fox News that exploring Prince Harry's past is far from over. This revelation came after reports claiming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were planning to limit their exposure in the media, as per a report in The Sun. Contradicting the report's assertion that "there is nothing left to say," Schofield strongly disagreed. She maintained that the journey into Harry's history, particularly regarding his late mother, Princess Diana, still has numerous chapters to unfold. In an interview with The Telegraph, Prince Harry had hinted at withholding certain revelations in his 400-page memoir, 'Spare,' to safeguard the reputations of his father, King Charles, and brother, Prince William. Observers immediately interpreted his statement as a warning that more revealing insights could be revealed. In January, Harry took the world by surprise by unveiling intimate details about his strained relationship with the royal family in 'Spare.' Previously, the couple had detailed their journey, including their move to Montecito, California, in their much-debated Netflix docuseries 'Harry & Meghan.' [tweet_embed]June 04, 2023[/tweet_embed] The duo sent shockwaves through the establishment with their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. The former 'Suits' actress, Meghan, then aged 41, candidly revealed her battles with mental health and instances of racial prejudice within the royal corridors. Despite the furor, representatives of the Duke and Duchess have refrained from commenting on the media's queries. Christopher Andersen, author of 'The King,' shared his insights with Fox News. He suggested that while Harry and Meghan could cease their critiques of the House of Windsor, they'll unlikely completely fade from public view. He argued that there exists a multitude of issues, causes, and events that will continue to spotlight the couple. He said, "There's a huge difference between stepping back and vanishing. Harry and Meghan wouldn't disappear from the public eye even if they knew how." Schofield delved into the possibility of Harry selling the film rights for 'Spare,' potentially making a hefty sum. Though representatives for the couple remained non-committal on the potential screen adaptation, an insider close to them reportedly told The Post that they had no plans for a film adaptation of 'Spare.' Schofield remarked that while Meghan's animated series 'Pearl' was promptly canceled by Netflix, the industry continues to show significant interest in the couple's ties with the British monarchy. She argued that distancing themselves from the royal family could risk their relevance. Therefore, they will need to affirm their royal connections continually. However, Schofield pointed out that it's increasingly difficult to maintain such connections organically, given that the royal family, too, has distanced themselves. "Would Harry and Meghan like to stay behind the scenes? Sounds nice ... but realistically the buyers expect more than that," she added. The couple, often referred to as the 'Megxit' pair, commenced their relationship in 2016, leading to a royal wedding in 2018 at Windsor Castle. In 2020, they chose to step back from their royal duties, sparking conversations worldwide about their role in and out of the royal household.