Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are warned to work to maintain their lifestyle. Kate Mansey, the Mail on Sunday's assistant editor has claimed that the pair may be forced to start delivering content after signing multi-million, multi-year deals with Netflix and Spotify.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Should Deliver Content To Bring Money And Keep Expensive Lifestyle
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex aimed to be financially independent after they stepped down from their royal duties and moved to the United States. They didn't have a hard time landing lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify.
But just recently, both companies seemed to take matters into their own hands by making job posts hiring for talents to help the royal couple with their content.
"We heard, didn’t we, about all these mega deals that they’d signed and there were huge figures being bandied around… And yet we’ve had one episode of the podcast, that’s it," she said on the Palace Confidential podcast. "We thought we might hear something about it by now, perhaps it’s that they haven’t delivered what maybe some of the TV execs might have expected."
She continued, "We thought we might hear something about it by now, perhaps it’s that they haven’t delivered what maybe some of the TV execs might have expected."
She also speculated about Prince Harry and Markle's finances. According to her, they have a massive mansion, but "it's not all paid for." So, she urged them to work, so they could keep their lifestyle.
"Their lifestyle’s very expensive and if they want to carry on acting like super celebrities, they’re going to have to start bringing the money in," she added.
What's Next For Meghan Markle And Prince Harry On Netflix And Spotify
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have two projects lined up for Netflix. They will be working on a docuseries about Prince Harry's Invictus Games. They will also be working on an animated series titled Pearl.
As for Spotify, the streaming company is looking for an experienced producer to work with the couple's Archewell Studio for a weekly podcast.
"Their lifestyle’s very expensive and if they want to carry on acting like super celebrities, they’re going to have to start bringing the money in," an advert for a senior producer role read (via Daily Mail). "The ideal candidate has experience working with high-profile talent, and an interest in the intersection of social activism and popular culture."
Stay tuned for more news and updates about the royal family.