Harry and Meghan may find Spotify and Netflix ‘more demanding’ after Spare

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have to brace themselves for some "more demanding" deals following the series of bombshells in Spare.

The Duke of Sussex's recently released autobiography offered up more than a handful of allegations levelled at members of the Royal Family.

But the series of bombshell allegations made at the royals may prove troubling for Meghan and Harry as their contracts with streaming services may prove "more demanding" than expected, Daily Express reported.

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It comes as expert Kinsey Schofield and Perez Hilton speculated on how the likes of Spotify and Netflix would respond to Harry's revealing writings as he needs to "keep feeding the machine".

Hilton said of the pair: "I think going forward their partners will be much more demanding and making sure that they don’t release boring content, which I’m sure is what they want to be releasing — boring content, safe content.

"Harry knows the media is a game and he is an active, willing participant that needs to keep feeding the machine.

"Or else, he won’t be able to keep making the money he wants to make."

It comes as the pair also discussed the controversial comments inside of Harry's autobiography, suggesting Duke was not "totally sincere" in his recollections.

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Hilton added: "The number one main reason Prince Harry has done everything over the last 12 months is for money. And he has not once — not a single time — acknowledged that. And it reveals a real sour taste in my mouth.

"In the wake of that [Oprah Winfrey interview], everything else has just been a money grab. That’s fine, I understand he has a family to support and an expensive lifestyle.

"But mission accomplished. Over the last two years, they [Harry and Meghan] have made more than enough money to never have to work again."

It comes as Daily Star reported that Prince Harry may be looking for "temporary peace" with the Royal Family for the King's coronation.

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