why his memoir angered Netflix…

Prince Harry : pourquoi ses mémoires ont provoqué la colère de Netflix...

Prince Harry has obviously struck a blow with the release of his autobiography, The Alternate. The book is full of startling revelations on the British monarchy. He notably returned to his altercation with his big brother William. His memoirs obviously annoy members of the British royal family, but also Netflix executives. Here’s what we know.

Netflix feels aggrieved

At the end of December, the parents of Lilibeth and Archie shared secrets in front of the camera about their past life within the British royal family. The couple has indeed collaborated with Netflix for the production of the documentary series Harry & Meghan. Admittedly, the project was a resounding success. Despite everything, the executives of the famous platform feel aggrieved.

According to information reported by the British tabloid The Sun, the American firm did not appreciate that Prince Harry spoke more about his experience in his book. The youngest son of King Charles III has also drawn the wrath of the leaders after his two interviews for ITV and CBS. From now on, Netflix wants to play its game well. According to the revelations of an anonymous source, another project with the Sussexes could soon see the light of day.

We know that the couple are constantly filming themselves and that there are still treasures to be discovered. This could be the subject of dynamic reporting. For such a deal to happen, the couple would have to open the doors of their house in Montecito.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on reality TV?

After the explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the documentary series Harry & Meghan and the book The AlternateHarry and Meghan Markle could become the stars ofa reality show. In any case, this is what the streaming giant offers. Only here, the Sussexes want to protect Lilibeth and Archie from the media.

However, the couple from Sussex, who live in California with their children, may have to open the doors of their daily life and lift the veil on their private life. For your information, they signed a five-year, $100 million contract with Netflix.


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