Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'tasteful' reality show revealed

Lawrence Kim
September 28, 2020

According to The Sun, the couple who split from the royal family in January, 2020, want to "give people a glimpse into their real lives" and an opportunity to see the "real" Meghan.

"It will be tasteful".

"Through our work with diverse communities and their environments, to shining a light on people and causes around the world, our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope".

Harry and Meghan stepped down as working royals at the end of March for personal and financial freedom.

Meghan Markle has reportedly been giving emotional support to her husband Prince Harry during their first few very hard months following the exit. The Sussexes roles as president and vice president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust are expected to come under review, and conversations reportedly even included whether Meghan would be stripped of her HRH title.

But royal editor Ingrid Seward says "this all appears rather hypocritical".

"The more they talk about themselves the more people will want them to do just that and won't be interested in anything else they have to offer". "The feeling is it's a violation of the agreement", a source reportedly said.

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"But there needs to be authenticity". They are doing this all on their own terms'.

He said that the move made sense as most of Netflix's big hits were reality shows.

The lucrative deal already appears to have helped the couple further sever ties from the Royal Family, as it was announced that they reimbursed taxpayers in full for the £2.4million used to renovate their Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage.

It's believed the Netflix shows will be based on issues that resonate with the couple personally and some of the projects are already in development, including a nature docu-series and an animated series celebrating inspiring women.

The couple are also facing criticism for "meddling" in the United States election by sharing their political views.

In the couple's most high-profile intervention in the U.S. presidential election, Harry urged voters to "reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity" - all qualities critics associate with Mr Trump.

It prompted Trump to announce that he was "not a fan" of Meghan.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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