Meghan and Harry are initially reportedly planning to do a reality TV show about their lives, H.No representative has denied that claim. The Netflix deal sparked outcry from royal commentators who believed Meghan and Harry were disregarding their titles in order to make a profit in negotiating the deal. Good Morning Britain has been told Good Morning Britain’s Harry has “divorced himself from the royal family” and is “clearly exploiting” his connection to Buckingham Palace. He added: “HRH means he is representing Britain abroad and he is not representing Britain abroad. He is practically divorced from the royal family. “
Despite the denials, the couple’s relatives have claimed that they landed behind the scenes of their lives as Netflix royals, according to the Daily Mail.
It also saw Sussex Royals announce their 11 2 112 million deal with streaming giants.
The couple was initially believed to be focusing on the producer character rather than on-screen performance with their contract.
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Meghan and Harry correspondents have categorically denied any chance of a Sussex Royal reality show.
In a statement sent to Deadline, the correspondent said: “The Duke and Duchess are not participating in any reality show.”
Netflix had more cages in the details, and the couple declined to confirm what they would create.
They told RadioTimes: “The couple already has several development projects, including a documentary of an innovative nature and an animated series that celebrates inspired women, but we are not releasing any programming slate at the moment.”
According to a source close to the couple, Meghan and Harry will follow the camera for three months to capture their daily lives.
They added: “They may have all these high ideas about creating epic highlights of environmental causes and the gap between poverty, but Netflix certainly wants their pound of meat.
“Most of the documentaries will be about their human society rather than going after their friendship.
“But it will still be an impressive insight and Meghan is hoping that viewers will get to see the real her.”
Meghan and Harry’s million-pound deal with Netflix followed their decision to leave the Royal Family in March.
The couple has since moved to Montecito, California and bought their first home before signing with the streaming giant.
Details of the couple’s deal with Netflix have not been released, but rumors are circulating that Meghan and Harry are more involved in the production.
The couple also said in a statement in the agreement’s declaration that they would “focus on creating information that raises hope.”