Duke and Duchess of ? Harry and Meghan plan to set up a production ...

Harry and Meghan hope to make a fortune with their own film and television production company after their dramatic break from the Royal Family, sources have revealed. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to make a living by providing voiceovers and producing documentaries on ‘worthy’ issues such as mental health and climate change.

And they have received an early boost after a senior executive yesterday said the streaming giant would like to work with them.

’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos said at the Screen Actors Guild Awards yesterday the streaming giant would like to work with Harry and Meghan, adding: ‘Who wouldn’t be interested? Yes, sure.’ 

Meghan has already signed a voiceover deal with Disney in return for a donation to an elephant charity. 

The couple plan to continue marketing themselves under the ‘Sussex Royal’ brand for the time being, even though they have agreed not to use their HRH titles in the future, it is understood.  

Harry and Meghan hope to make a fortune by setting up a film and TV company with Netflix interested, sources said last night

Harry and Meghan hope to make a fortune by setting up a film and TV company with interested, sources said last night

The Prince of Wales has agreed to fund them from his private investments for now, but it is likely that his offer will be reviewed in a year after the couple have had time to get on their feet. 

Friends say Harry and Meghan will be ‘forever grateful’ to the Queen for thinking ‘outside the box’ and have promised they will not bring the royals into disrepute through any ‘dodgy deals’.

Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, pictured at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA yesterday said the streaming giant would like to work with Harry and Meghan

’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, pictured at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA yesterday said the streaming giant would like to work with Harry and Meghan

The duke and duchess want to follow in the footsteps of former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, as well as setting up a Clinton Foundation-style charity, the Mail has been told.

Since leaving the White House, the Obamas have earned a small fortune by selling rights to their autobiographies and setting up their own production company, which has bagged a lucrative deal with

Harry and Meghan hope to make a fortune by setting up a film and TV company, sources said last night.

After the dramatic weekend announcement that they have effectively been ‘shelved’ by the Royal Family, it emerged the couple plan to make a living by providing voiceovers and producing documentaries on ‘worthy’ issues. This could include mental health and climate change.

Yesterday, they received an early boost after a senior executive said the streaming giant would like to work with them.

The duke and duchess want to follow in the footsteps of former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, as well as setting up a Clinton Foundation-style charity, the Daily Mail has been told

The duke and duchess want to follow in the footsteps of former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, as well as setting up a Clinton Foundation-style charity, the Daily Mail has been told

The couple plan to continue ‘marketing’ themselves under the Sussex Royal brand for the time being, even though they have agreed not to use their HRH titles in the future, it is understood.  

Since leaving the White House the Obamas have begun to earn a small fortune by selling rights to their autobiographies and setting up their own production company, which has bagged a lucrative deal with Netflix

Since leaving the White House the Obamas have begun to earn a small fortune by selling rights to their autobiographies and setting up their own production company, which has bagged a lucrative deal with

Harry showed last night he is keen to carry on working for good causes as he was seen stepping out for an event in aid of his African charity Sentebale at the Ivy Chelsea Garden restaurant, on the King’s Road in London.

The new deal announced by Buckingham Palace on Saturday – dubbed a ‘hard

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