Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might not be done with their revelations just yet. The couple is reportedly considering another tell-all despite having a Netflix docuseries, "Harry & Meghan," and Prince Harry's memoir, "Spare," according to insider sources.

The couple, formerly senior royals, believe their narrative still lacks several intricacies despite the already released docuseries and book. "There are a lot of nuances from their story that they feel are still missing," confided an inside source.

Another informant hinted that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex still possess a riveting narrative to reveal about their experiences within the Palace, regardless of their previous media disclosures.

"There is no doubt they would get a handsome payday for it, which is hugely tempting," revealed a third source, adding that Meghan is enthusiastic about the potential project, while Harry is more circumspect. However, both are toying with the idea and have their team assessing the remuneration they might demand for the rights to their story.

The couple's previous deal with Netflix, resulting in the "Harry & Meghan" series, earned them a whopping $100 million for the six-hour-long series.

Concurrently, the couple is weathering backlash over their recent incident, dubbed a "near catastrophic car chase". The couple's representative stated that they were persistently pursued by paparazzi for over two hours, leading to several near misses involving other motorists, pedestrians, and two NYPD officers.

However, the NYPD countered that the situation was exaggerated. In a statement, they mentioned that while many photographers complicated the pair's commute, no collisions, summonses, injuries, or arrests were reported.

Following this incident, speculations arose about the event being a publicity stunt. The Sussexes' spokesperson refuted these suggestions as offensive. They stated, "Respectfully, considering the duke's family history, one would have to think nothing of the couple or anybody associated with them to believe this was any sort of P.R. stunt. Quite frankly, I think that's abhorrent," referring to the tragic death of Princess Diana due to a car crash caused by paparazzi.

These comments from the sources were reported by Express.