The continuing reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be filming a reality TV show or documentary for Netflix have sparked outrage. Their second honeymoon and vow renewal will be one of the topics covered in their presentation.
Woman’s Day, on the other hand, reported in its Aug. 29 issue that royal fans are not delighted to see Prince Harry and Markle’s romance grow before their eyes, especially since it appears to be staged.
According to a source, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appear to be having an issue with the streaming platform and the possibility that they overpromised Netflix material that they couldn’t possibly create.
The informant said:
“Meghan and Harry have a real problem here. Either they’ve overpromised to Netflix, or Netflix overestimated just how much access they’d have to the royal family now they’re out on their own. The main interest with the Sussexes is an inside look at the queen and other family members.”
According to the insider, Prince Harry and Markle have obviously returned to Hollywood empty-handed, so they want to create content that they know will be a major smash. They may, however, discover sooner rather than later that their ideas are not so interesting after all.
The tattler went on:
“They appear to have come back to Hollywood empty-handed of any footage or photos relevant to what their bosses need. The fact that we haven’t seen any promotion from this partnership, even though it was announced almost two years ago, is very telling.”
However, the statements of the tabloid should be taken with a grain of salt. There is no evidence that Prince Harry and Markle want to renew their vows or go on a private honeymoon. It’s even less likely that the couple is plotting anything for the entire world to witness.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex disclosed last year that they opted to marry in private three days before their royal wedding. After all, the well-advertised event was a show for the entire world to enjoy.
This would imply that Prince Harry and Meghan would have three weddings in four years, which may or may not be the case.
Furthermore, the couple only recently married in 2018, so exchanging vows may be premature.