It was originally reported that Meghan and Harry were planning to do a reality TV show about their lives, hHowever, a representative has since denied the allegations. The Netflix deal sparked an uproar from royal commentators who believed Meghan and Harry were abusing their titles to gain leverage in contract negotiations. Norman Baker, Minister for Crime Prevention, told Good Morning Britain that Harry had “divorced the royal family” and was clearly “exploiting” his ties to Buckingham Palace. He added: “HRH means that he represents Great Britain abroad and that he does not represent Great Britain abroad. He clearly divorced the royal family in practical terms. ”
It was initially believed that the couple were considering producer roles rather than on-screen performances with their deal.
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A representative for Meghan and Harry has categorically ruled out any chance of a Royal Sussex reality show.
In a statement sent to Deadline, the representative said: “The Duke and Duchess are not on any reality show. “
Netflix was more careful about the details, however, and declined to confirm what the couple would do.
They told RadioTimes: “The couple already have several projects in development, including an innovative nature documentary series and an animated series that celebrates inspiring women, but we are not disclosing any programming at this time.”
A source close to the couple said Meghan and Harry would be followed by cameras for three months to capture their daily lives.
They added, “They might have had all these lofty ideas about producing epics highlighting environmental causes and the poverty gap, but Netflix obviously wants their book of flesh.
“A lot of the docuseries will be about their philanthropy rather than what they do behind closed doors.
“But it will always be a fascinating glimpse and Meghan is hoping viewers can see the real her. “
Meghan and Harry’s £ 1million deal with Netflix followed their decision to step down from the Royal Family in March.
The couple have since moved to Montecito, Calif., And bought their first home before signing with the streaming giant.
The exact details of the couple’s contract with Netflix have not been revealed, but Meghan and Harry have reportedly sought to be more involved in production.
The couple also said in a statement announcing the deal that they would focus on “creating content that informs but also gives hope.”