The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle are now traveling on a rather rough road. After receiving severe backlash from the royals and Netflix’s blow, they are certainly working a bit too hard to make their debut in the industry. We are indeed talking about their $100 deal with Netflix. And it seems like even the docuseries cannot let off without some controversies.
Apparently, the royal insider and expert, Duncan Larcombe, accused the popular British couple of securing a thick amount of money amidst rumors that their children were to appear in the series. The commentator talked at stretch about this controversy with Bella magazine, implying that the royal children, Archie and Lilibet, are “money bags for Netflix.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle worry experts regarding a special cameo of their children
In his latest interview with Bella Magazine, the commentator claimed the couple had charged Netflix with a padded paycheck for a special cameo of their children, Archie and Lilibet. While speaking in detail with the magazine, he questions if the royals will “turn their offsprings into TV superstars just because Netflix is paying them a lot of money.” Sure, the children will perhaps be a part of this realistic, fly-on-the-wall documentary.
Back in July, spectators also spotted the couple with their three-year-old son Archie, enjoying the trip on American Independence day. And as per the Royal family branding expert, withholding the official releases of the photographs might indicate that they are saving them for their upcoming documentary.
He then points out that “they’ll have to show some of the reality of life inside the world of Harry and Meghan.” Further noting that if the money amounts involved are correct, Netflix will want more than just pictures of Prince Harry doing the dishes.
The royal expert also asserts that if such is the case, the audience will have a full view of the private life of the Sussexes. “You can imagine the revelations that could come out from conversations being filmed and broadcast,” he criticized Prince Harry and Meghan’s phony demands for privacy.
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