Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth, the couple has drastically changed their plans for forthcoming initiatives, according to several sources who spoke to Page Six.
As part of their million-dollar Netflix arrangement, the Sussex Duke and Duchess have been developing a docuseries for almost a year. Now Netflix executives want to release it in December following the premiere of the 5th season of the famous series The Crown precisely on November 9; However, they’ve not formally disclosed the Sussex project. The duo desires to make more adjustments to the much-awaited program, which might delay its premiere until later in 2023.
Prince Harry’s memoir, which was to be published in November by Penguin Random House, was already postponed until some point in the next year. Many royal experts have predicted that King Charles, Harry’s father, will wait until Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, have completed their media endeavors before bestowing the titles of prince and princess on them.
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According to sources, the most adored couple plan on revising their works before publication to appease the royal household better. Based on a Netflix source, the firm was eager to make the episode available for streaming in December. Given his friendship with Prince Harry and Meghan, Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s CEO, is under way too much strain to finish the series.
The Sussex members perform a delicate dance when it comes to the noble family. Even though they had a prominent position during the Queen’s burial on September 8, who passed away at 96, ties with the clan are all still tense.
They’ve moved down the royal website’s list of ineffectual royals despite Prince Harry’s position as the fifth in the position of succession, trailed by his kids. When he arrived at Balmoral, his father, Charles, William, his brother, and other royal family members had already left to go to Charles’ private home for supper. Harry, who relinquished his elderly royal position when he arrived in the United States in March 2020, was then forbidden from keeping his military uniform during the burial.