Archetypes — Meghan's Spotify original podcast — released its first episode at the end of August, but when the Queen died, the release of further episodes was delayed until the official mourning period had ended out of respect to the late monarch.
The podcast tackled stereotypical ideas about women and gender, with a host of Meghan's famous friends and respected academics and activists appearing as guests. It also briefly knocked the Joe Rogan Experience from the top spot on the podcast charts.
Then came the couple's much anticipated Netflix documentary series, in which viewers were given never before seen insight into their love story and some explosive claims about the palace's relationship with the press.
Then came Harry's record-breaking memoir, Spare, which provided more details into the allegations Harry has made against the Royal Family, including that Camilla had leaked stories about him to the press in order to rehabilitate her public reputation.
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So, what's next for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex?
Invictus Games documentary
When Harry and Meghan signed their Netflix deal it was reported to include all sorts of content over a number of years — the six-episode documentary about their own lives was only part of it.
The New York Times reported that the content would range from "documentaries, docu-series, feature films, scripted shows [to] children's programming".
Pearl, an animated series created by Meghan for kids, has already been tabled.
Heart of Invictus, however, is going full steam ahead, and will debut this summer on the streaming platform.
"This new series from Archewell Productions follows a group of extraordinary competitors from around the globe – all service members who have suffered life-changing injuries or illnesses – on their road to competing at the Invictus Games." Netflix have said in a statement.
The Invictus Games has long been a passion project for Harry, who founded them back in 2014. He will be both an on-camera presence in the series and an executive producer.
Meghan's own tell-all book
While the idea has been floated in the press and its likelihood been debated by commentators, for now it seems unlikely that the duchess will follow in her husband's autobiographical footsteps.
Sources speaking to Entertainment Tonight earlier this month confirmed that Meghan has no current plans to write a tell-all.
However, the duchess has previously penned a children's book, The Bench, and previously wrote a blog - The Tig - so she's no stranger to the literary world.
A sequel to Spare?
Harry admitted in a recent interview with the Telegraph that he has enough material for a second book. However, that doesn't mean it is that likely there will be one, at least anytime soon.
Speaking to journalist Bryony Gordon, the royal said that while the final edit of his book was 416 pages, the first draft was "over 800".
"It could have been two books, put it that way", he told her.
Much of this material, he admitted was cut to spare his family's blushes and to ensure there was still some potential for reconciliation between him and the rest of the Windsor's.
"It's impossible to tell my story without them in it, because they play such a crucial part in it. And also because you need to understand the characters and personalities of everyone within the book. But there are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don't want the world to know. Because I don't think they would ever forgive me."
It was reported that Harry's deal with his publisher, Penguin Random House, was one for multiple books, so it seems likely Spare won't be his only foray into a career as an author, but whether another memoir is on the cards, remains to be seen.
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