Harry and Meghan are editing a Netflix show memoir after the Queen's death

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According to several sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have altered their plans in light of Queen Elizabeth's passing.

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After "The Crown's" fifth season premiered on November 9, Netflix wanted to air the Sussex documentary in December.

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The pair wants to make further changes to the programme, which might push out the debut date until 2023.

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Harry's memoir, which was originally scheduled to be released in November, has been postponed until 2019.

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According to several royal observers, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, won't be crowned prince and princess until the couple's media projects are finished.

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According to sources, the Sussexes want to take back or change a lot of what they said about the new Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and the late King Charles.

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According to a source close to Netflix, "Netflix wants the programme ready for December.

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There is pressure on Ted Sarandos, who is familiar with Harry and Meghan, to complete the show.

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The Sussex family is operating in royal seas. Relations with the family are still tight despite their attending the Queen's funeral in September.

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Harry learned of his grandmother's passing through the internet after arriving in Scotland from the US.

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