Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “are focused on production for now” as there is no market for “after dinner talk at the moment”, a royal source said.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, are “exploring other avenues” while their public speaking is “on hold,” an insider told Katie Nicholl for Vanity Fair.
The couple, who recently moved into a new $ 14.65 million mansion in Santa Barbara, Calif., With their son Archie, one, have reportedly launched TV projects on multiple networks.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (pictured recently on a video call) “are focused on production for now” as there is no market for “after dinner talk at the moment”, a source said royal.
“They have to make a living and there is clearly no market for an after-dinner chat at the moment,” the source said. “Public speaking is therefore suspended for the moment and they are exploring other avenues.
“The focus is on production right now and I can see them doing a series rather than Meghan on camera. “
They added that the priority for the couple was on projects and campaigns that mean something to them and that are “in line with their views,” such as civil rights, women’s empowerment and the Black Lives movement. Matter.
Royal author Katie said the pair are now looking to make money with some of their projects, following the lack of public speeches due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke (pictured in a new Netflix documentary on the Paralympic Games), 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, “explore other avenues” while their public speaking is “on hold,” said a introduced to Katie Nicholl for Vanity Fair
This follows reports that Meghan and Harry are working on a new TV show that takes a ‘political stance’ on feminism and racial inequality.
The program, which will focus on “normal people,” has been shown to a number of television executives, according to The Mirror.
An insider told the newspaper that the show’s goal will be to empower women and tackle the issue of racial inequality.
They added that while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both appear on the show, the project will not be about them.
Harry and Meghan will both work as co-producers on the project – which they originally featured in June, according to the publication.
Meetings are believed to have taken place with TV bosses such as NBC Universal Content Studios President Bonnie Hammer, whom Meghan has known from her Suits show.
In April, Meghan provided voiceovers for the Disney + Elephants documentary, and Harry followed in her footsteps by appearing in a new Netflix documentary about the Paralympic Games called Rising Phoenix, which aired yesterday.
Now, the royal couple hope to produce their own ‘worthy’ documentaries through their own film and television production company.
Shortly after the couple announced their intention to step down from royal duties, a senior Netflix executive said the streaming giant would be eager to work with them.
“Who wouldn’t be interested? Yes, of course, ”content director Ted Sarandos said at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in January.