Meghan Markle's 'Archetypes' podcast will be returning with comedian and actor Margaret Cho next week after the Duchess of Sussex paused the release of the Spotify podcast for four weeks out of respect for the Queen and the duration of the mourning period.
Archetypes is set to return on Tuesday, October 4, with the conversation covering Asian American tropes in the entertainment industry, according to Variety.
The royal family's official period of mourning ended on September 26, one week after the Queen's funeral.
Meghan and her husband Prince Harry happened to be in the UK for charity events when the Queen's health declined and stayed for three weeks.
The pair returned home to California the day after the Queen's funeral, taking a week off to spend time with their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one.
Following the Queen's death, Harry paid tribute to his grandmother, describing her as a "guiding compass".
"She was globally admired and respected. Her unwavering grace and dignity remained true throughout her life and now her everlasting legacy," he wrote on the Archewell website. "Let us echo the words she spoke after the passing of her husband, Prince Philip, words which can bring comfort to all of us now: 'Life, of course, consists of final partings as well as first meetings.'"
Three episodes of Meghan's podcast have been released so far, with Serena Williams, Mariah Carey and Mindy Kaling.
The podcast was ranked as the number one podcast worldwide for two weeks in a row.
Harry's major regret following Queen's death
It comes following reports Harry is trying to make changes to his explosive memoir in the wake of the Queen's death.
According to The Sun, the Duke of Sussex has already received half of his almost $60 million deal for his four-book deal, with sources now suggesting the father-of-two is nervous some sections of the book will appear to be "insensitive".
The sources suggest Harry is worried about the fact the book will be released so soon after the Queen's death and his father becoming King.
Insiders suggest Harry has contacted the publishers to change the book, but it's already been signed off and should be released before the end of the year.
This comes after claims Penguin Random House was unhappy with the first draft and asked for it to be improved.
The insiders claim the first draft was "too emotional" and focused more on "mental health issues" and wasn't quite what they wanted and a lot of time and energy went into ensuring it's release later this year.
Now, the source has claimed Harry has thrown a "spanner in the works".
"He is desperate to get it refined in the light of the Queen’s death, her funeral and his father Charles taking the throne," they added. "There may be things which might not look so good if they come out so soon after the Queen’s death and his dad becoming King.
"He wants sections changed. It’s not a total rewrite by any means. He desperately wants to make changes. But it might be too late."
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