Netflix wants Harry and Meghan to ‘dish dirt’ from the Royal Family after being dropped from the $ 130 million animated series

Sky News Australia contributor Megyn Kelly says “noone wanted to see an animated series about a 12-year-old woke girl based on Meghan Markle”.

Sky News Australia contributor Megyn Kelly says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have to “dish dirt” from the Royal Family after it was revealed Meghan Markle’s first Netflix show was axed.

The American journalist and talk show host said “noone wanted to see an animated series about a 12-year-old woke girl based on Meghan Markle”.

“So they’ve dumped her series just like Spotify dumped Michelle Obama’s series and when push comes to shove they want to make money and they’ve realized these things aren’t going to make money,” she told Sky News Australia host Paul Murray.

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“So that’s what happened but now the reports are that Meghan Markle and Harry are both under increasing pressure from Netflix to dish the dirt from the Royal Family.”

Kelly says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will seize the opportunity to “dish the dirt” when they visit the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in early June.

“Anyone in the Royal Family is going to want to spend time with them, going to want to be with them in any way that is not completely guarded because they need to dish the dish now if they want their 100 millon bucks,” she said. .

“And they don’t have enough of an interesting life back in Montecito in their little mansion sitting by themselves talking about how woke they are to justify that kind of money.

“They want to hear the Queen, that’s what’s going to get their 100 million bucks.”

Meghan has quietly removed all references to her $ 135 million dollar animated series ‘Pearl’ after it was dropped from Netflix earlier this month.

The series, which was set to be voiced by the Duchess of Sussex, centers a 12-year-old girl exploring famous women throughout history.

“Like many girls her age, our heroine Pearl is on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to overcome life’s daily challenges,” the now deleted announcement on Archewell Productions read.

“I’m thrilled that Archewell Productions, partnered with the powerhouse platform of Netflix and these incredible producers, will together bring you this new animated series, which celebrates extraordinary women throughout history.

“David Furnish and I have been eager to bring this special series to light, and I am delighted we are able to announce it today.”

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