Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Subsequent Netflix Challenge Is Refreshingly Royals-Free

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, are apparently engaged on a fictional sequence for Netflix. It should reportedly be known as “Dangerous Manners,” and it is going to be a prequel to “Nice Expectations” by Charles Dickens. The present will retell the story of Miss Havisham, specializing in her life in a world dominated by males, in response to The Wall Avenue Journal. Whereas Harry and Mehgan have an ongoing contract with Netflix, the Dickens-inspired present has not but been publicly picked up by Netflix. They’re additionally engaged on “Coronary heart of Invictus” for the streamer, which can inform the tales of quite a few athletes as they ready for and competed within the Invictus Video games.

When Harry and Meghan stepped away from royal life again in 2020, part of what they stated they needed to do was make and spend their very own cash. Beforehand, as working royals, the majority of their revenue got here from then-Prince Charles, with a small proportion coming from the Sovereign Grant, per BBC. Charles additionally reportedly gave them a big chunk of change to assist them out as they began working their option to being their very own moneymakers. Their offers as content material creators appear to be their important revenue supply at this level, so we’re positive they’re hoping “Dangerous Manners” will get the inexperienced gentle, notably since their multi-million greenback Spotify deal has come to an finish after one season of Meghan’s podcast, “Archetypes.”