Last year, Harry and Meghan signed an agreement with Netfliks, under which their production company will produce documentaries, fantasy films, series and programs for children. The princely couple allegedly received $100 million for this.

One of these projects is a document called The Heart of Invictus. It is about a sports competition for veterans – Invictus Games, which Prince Harry has been co-organizing since 2014. In April, the Netflix team accompanied the couple from Sussex in The Hague, where the last edition of the event was held.

As it turns out, the Netflix team accompanies Meghan and Harry not only during Invictus Games-related trips. There are cameras also in the couple’s California home – quite often. As Page Six mentioned, under the aforementioned contract, Netflix is ​​also producing a documentary series about Harry and Meghan’s home life.

The broadcast giant’s bosses want it to be released at the end of the year — similar to the much-anticipated Prince book memoir. Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan would like to publish the photo only in 2023.

There’s also been another disharmony between the famous couple and Netflix lately. In early May, the streaming platform announced that it was halting work on the animated series “Pearl”, produced by Markle’s company. It was meant to be the story of a 12-year-old girl who finds inspiration in the lives of outstanding women.

The decision to cancel this and other cartoon series was made by Netflix after it announced that it had lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2022.

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