Wills 'dreading' what Meg & Harry will do next after Netflix deals, expert says
PRINCE William is “dreading” finding out what Meghan Markle and Harry plan to do after the pair secured massive Netflix and Spotify deals, an expert has claimed.
Palace insider, Duncan Larcombe, believes the couple are still cashing in on the royal brand by continuously talking about it.
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He added that they now face challenges as they try to navigate a new way to “make it work.”
Expert Duncan told OK! magazine: "What do they do next? That's a question Prince William is dreading the answer to.”
"Ultimately, they have to find a way to do their work in LA while not trading in on the royal brand."
Since quitting the Royal Family, Meghan and Harry have landed a multi-million pound Spotify deal along with a £112m deal with Netflix.
It comes as:
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry quit royal duty for LA to be ‘social-impact influencers’, ex chief-of-staff reveals
- The couple's friend says "distance remains' between Harry and his older brother
- Meghan 'upset people early on' and is 'not as charming as she seems', it's claimed
- And a royal biographer has claimed William and Harry won't make up – as The Duke of Sussex 'can't afford to upset his wife'
- A lawyer suspended over a 'racist' tweet about Lilibet Diana has been quietly reinstated
He added: “Prince Harry hasn't exactly been subtle. He's revealed to the world that he pretty much hates his family and the whole system is rotten to the core.
“But by continually talking about the royals, they're cashing in on the brand.
"If they spend their whole careers selling that royal brand, they'll never speak to William again."
Prince Harry only met with brother William last week as they unveiled a new statue to commemorate their mother Princess Diana.
The pair appeared to be in great form as they chatted in Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden – after reports their relationship had been strained over the past 18 months since the Sussexes quit the Royals.
The Duke of Sussex seemed to be particularly delighted to be home, and smiled brightly as he greeted Diana's brother and two sisters at the ceremony.
Meghan remained home in LA with son Archie, two, and newborn daughter Lilibet Diana.
Larcombe believes that the event could have left him feeling conflicted having “sacrificed everything" by continuing his non-royal life with his wife.
He recently told Closer magazine: “Harry and Meghan seem to think they can co-exist in these two worlds – the world of British royals and American celebrity.
"Harry is loving the American life now – but he’s still in the honeymoon phase.
"I think coming back and seeing his brother, especially against the very moving backdrop of a memorial for their mother, will maybe make him question what he’s given it all up for."
The event could well have been tense after Harry and Megan's tell-all sit down with Oprah in March that sent shockwaves through the Royal Family.
The Duke has since gone on to reveal more bombshells in further interviews, claiming he suffered "total neglect" during his "nightmare" life as a senior royal.
He reserved particular criticism for father Charles, who he said caused him to "suffer", although even the Queen failed to escape the blast as her grandson said he'd been passed "genetic pain".
Duncan said: "Harry’s totally sacrificed relations with his family for his new life with Meghan, and things seem to have been done her way and with her needs first.
"But, ultimately, Harry will want and need his family – they are his flesh and blood."
Unless the couple can agree a way forward with the royals, their marriage could well suffer, he added.
"I think Harry and Meghan will have to make compromises to make things work with the royals, and even to save their marriage – because there will be a point when he’ll be torn between Meghan’s world and his own family," he said.
"They need to plan what they say and do moving forward and communicate with the royals, if they want to have a relationship with Harry’s family.”
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