The couple is reportedly working on a Netflix production which will set light on their lives in California, and their relationship with the royal family.
But a royal biographer has claimed that this is a “desperate” move from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which comes in contradiction to their fight for privacy. Speaking to Bella magazine, Duncan Larcombe said: “How can a couple that are so fiercely protective of their privacy open their doors up to Netflix for a docuseries?”. And he added: “The contradictions are enormous. They told us they wanted to go and live a quieter, lower profile life.
Then basically, ever since they’ve arrived in California, they’ve put themselves up for sale to the highest bidder. This smells of desperation for them because if they command the millions of pounds they’re offered just to open the doors for a full insight into their lives, then they’re selling the very thing that they’ve always fought to keep private – themselves.” The biographer said of the Netflix docuseries: “It’s a really big gamble because if it doesn’t work, then there won’t be more million-pound offers.”