Harry is said to be preparing to fly back to the UK for the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip. The Duke of Sussex, who is expected to make the trip solo as wife Meghan Markle is heavily pregnant, will touch down in Britain for the first time since the couple’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. It also comes after the two of them formally broke away from the Royal Family in their bid to lead “financially independent” lives.
Their deals with Netflix and Spotify are reportedly worth £110million ‒ but the Duke, in particular, may have to be careful to keep the streaming giants happy.
Pod Save The Queen is hosted by Ann Gripper and features Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers.
In this week’s podcast, Ms Gripper drew attention to the news that Netflix will be streaming a documentary about Harry’s Invictus Games.
She said: “To a certain extent it’s an absolute no-brainer because it’s a great subject, with easy access and it’s Harry’s project: The Invictus Games.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Prince Harry on collision course with Netflix over ‘one-trick pony’ approach (Image: GETTY)
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Mr Myers replied: “Yeah, it’s going to be great.
“You can imagine a big Netflix production in line with The Invictus Games that Harry had founded and taken from strength to strength.
“It’s undoubtedly going to follow some really amazing stories with its competitors ‒ some of whom I was lucky enough to meet in Sydney at the last Invictus Games in 2018.”
But Mr Myers did have a warning for the 36-year-old Duke and suggested that Netflix may potentially get frustrated, given the similarity in the content he’s currently working on.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Image: GETTY)
He continued: “Like you say, it’s a no-brainer.
“I know this criticism has been labelled at Harry and Meghan, well