Replaced Kylo Ren’s line “I never lied to you” with “You were right” for more intuitive and precise continuity with TLJ even as the scene retcons it. In that film, it is Rey herself who supplies the information that her parents “were nobody.”
Kylo Ren clearly wanted to take credit for what Rey said.
(…though, I would suggest the line can be changed from "I never lied to you. Your parents were no one. They chose to be, to keep you safe, to “We were wrong.* Your parents did love you. They chose to keep you safe,” as well as changing the “sold” in “They sold you… to protect you,” to “left,” since I never saw Rey’s TLJ arc as about “being insignificant in general,” but more that she needed to come to terms with her parents being bad people and stop caring about them, the “nobody” part is there not to say that Rey is insignificant, but only there so she would no longer use any destiny or purpose to feed her internal lie that her parents loved her and thought she was valuable so she’d feel loved, happy.)
Removed talk about Leia (and possibly Luke, depending on one’s interpretation of the scene) having known about Rey being a Palpatine.
The Leia thing is there to show to Rey that being related to Palpatine doesn’t inherently make her worthless.
*Both Kylo Ren and Rey believed at first that her parents did not care for her and thought she was worthless, until he learned the truth from Palpatine.