The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a multi-year deal with Netflix to create TV series, films and children’s shows. It came after Meghan and Harry shocked the nation early last year when they announced their decision to step down as senior royals.
The pair set up a production company as they continue to seek a financially independent life.
According to The Sun, Prince Harry cannot ask Netflix bosses to scrap scenes from their hit royal show The Crown.
The streaming platform recently released the controversial fourth season of the show which portrays the relationship between Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
But under their Netflix production deal, the Sussexes are not allowed to have any control in The Crown’s upcoming seasons five and six.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry signed a multi-year deal with Netflix (Image: getty)
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family (Image: getty)
A Netflix insider told The Sun that Meghan and Harry will not be consulted about commissioning shows which may be seen as "anti-Royal or have negative connotations for their wider family and friends".
The Crown’s fourth season faced a huge backlash from some royal fans and commentators who accused the show of using “lots of invention” in its interpretation of Royal history.
Royal correspondent Omid Scobie, who wrote Harry and Meghan’s biography, said the show was shaping the narrative of the British Monarchy across the globe.
The Netflix insider told The Sun the streaming giant had enjoyed a “relatively easy negotiation with the Sussexes” when they negotiated their deal.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry set up a production company (Image: getty)