It will be necessary to wait several weeks before being able to listen to the next episodes of the podcast of Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex launched
, on Spotify, last month, but in view of the situation following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, it was deemed more appropriate to take a break until the end of the period of mourning .
"New episodes of
will take a break during Her Majesty The Queen's official period of mourning," reads the podcast's homepage on the audio streaming service.
It's unclear what these new, previously taped episodes contain, and whether they included any statements she might possibly regret during this difficult time for the royal family.
In the first three shows, Meghan Markle had invited stars such as Serena Williams, Mariah Carey and Mindy Kaling and had not hesitated to throw spades against Buckingham Palace.
Prince Harry's wife had also promoted her podcast with a new killer interview for the British monarchy.
Officially, the mourning period for a British monarch must last 12 days, but King Charles III has requested an extension for his mother, and the mourning for Elizabeth II will therefore extend until September 26.
established itself upon its release as the most listened to podcast in many English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
And it's not the couple's only project at risk for the royal family.
Prince Harry announced in July the release of his autobiography for the end of the year at Penguin Random House editions.
It is expected that he tells the behind the scenes of his life as a prince since his childhood, as well as his shattering departure from the royal family.
For the moment, nothing has been announced concerning the maintenance of this work.
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