Prince Harry and Meghan's Netflix show is sure to get tongues wagging, as reports claim it's officially happening. So what can we expect from the new show?
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's show is reportedly to be the jewel in the crown of their huge Netflix deal.
- The royal couple's new show has been dubbed, 'Keeping Up with the Sussexes.'
- In other royal news, Royals pulling pints: why some 'project confidence' while others demonstrate they are 'out of touch'.
Although Meghan Markle's animated series Pearl was ditched by Netflix before it even began production, it's clear that relationships have far from soured between the Sussexes and the streaming giant.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix documentary Heart of Invictus, which followed the Invictus Games, is already in production. However, it may be eclipsed by this, “at-home with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex-style,” show, according to Page Six (opens in new tab).
There has been some speculation over the camera crew following them around, with many fans hoping that this spelled a big royal reveal. "They have also been shadowed for another project that will be much juicier, we’re told," said Page Six. "The cameras have been allowed behind the scenes at their home in Montecito, Calif., and joined the Sussexes on their trip to NYC last September."
Just when you thought the news that Prince Harry is to release an, "accurate and wholly truthful," royal memoir wasn't enough of a break from protocol, this news may well smash it up altogether.
It's said memoir that bosses are hoping to hook the release date of Prince Harry and Meghan's Netflix show on, say Page Six, although they claim the Sussexes would rather wait a bit longer.
“The timing is still being discussed, things are up in the air,” a producer told the publication.
Neither Netflix nor the Sussexes have confirmed anything yet, but in the last few months, Prince Harry and Meghan have really upped the ante with their work and opening up their family life. Only recently, Prince Harry opened up on Archie and Lilibet's 'age of innocence' at an event for 5 Rights Foundation titled, Making Child Online Safety a Reality.
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