Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘nervous about longevity in Hollywood’ Royal | News

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have begun to be “a little nervous” towards Ms. Brown over increasing pressure on the Duke and Duchess to produce quality content for the Netflix streaming giant. The couple signed a contract with the company shortly after leaving the royal family, but the partnership has yet to result in the long-awaited royal documentary.

Ms Brown told BBC News: “What the Sussexes are revealing, what anyone in the entertainment world could tell them is that signing a entertainment contract is just the beginning, isn’t it, I mean, if you have a big name, you can make a deal with vanity by a great entertainment company, but then you have to deliver.

“It’s a big difference between having a member of the royal family, honestly, I think, unless you’re some kind of giant disaster like Andrew was, you’ll basically be well appreciated at the top of the bill for the rest of your life without actually doing much except you perform these duties as well as you should.

“But if you’re in the entertainment world, you have to deliver hits.

“We’ve already seen that Netflix has now canceled their animated film contract they have with Meghan because nothing happened.”

“It turned out to be hard to break these contracts to the surface, Megan was not a successful producer before she signed this contract,” she continued.

“Harry has never produced anything in his life.

“Everyone in Hollywood can tell you that creating content is extremely difficult.

“So I think the Sussex have started to get a little nervous about their longevity, honestly, you know, the Hollywood money-making deal.”

Harry and Meghan, whose daughter Lilibet is celebrating her first birthday, were not among those in the royal lodge at the BBC’s platinum party at the Palace on Saturday.

A spokesman for the couple, who resigned as senior members of the royal family in 2020, said they were spending the day privately.

On Friday, Harry and Meghan appeared in public together with the Windsors for the first time since resigning from the position of senior members of the royal family in the middle of storm Megxit two years ago.

They joined numerous family members at a special jubilee Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, but sat far across from Charles, William and Kate.


They also missed the Guildhall reception for royal members after that.

Tens of thousands of people flocked to Buckingham Palace to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee on Saturday and watch a pop concert that began with the 96-year-old monarch drinking tea with Paddington Bear.

In a short video, the queen revealed that she kept the Bear’s favorite in her handbag – a sandwich with jam. Then she started tapping to the tune of the Queen rock anthem “We Will Rock You”, which opened the show.

A multitude of performers will appear on stage, including Alicia Keys, Diana Ross and Rod Stewart, before the Queen’s son and heir Prince Charles and her grandson Prince William pay tribute to the monarch who broke the record after 70 years on the throne.

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