Prince Harry, Meghan Markle guilty conscience: Sussexes having second thoughts about Netflix docuseries?

WINDSOR, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 19: Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex wave as they leave Windsor Castle after their wedding to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. (Photo by Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

It has been revealed that they are at odds with Netflix and its production team, according to Page Six.

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be in a rush to complete their docuseries.

They second-guess the tone of the final show, become terrified, and make significant changes.

The royal couple is at odds with the crew and believes their much-anticipated concert will be “shelved indefinitely.”

On the other hand, Netflix is said to support producers who want to keep their content.

A source told the magazine that the couple is attempting to tone down even the most basic words, adding, “But it’s their story, from their mouths.”

They stated that they intend to withdraw their contact.

Netflix is reportedly planning to broadcast the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s docuseries at the end of the year, following the premiere of “The Crown” season five next month.

The changes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to make may cause the premiere of their television show to be delayed.

Last month, it was revealed that the Duke of Sussex attempted to make last-minute changes to his explosive memoir.

His decision came after earning a portion of a multi-million-dollar deal with Penguin Random House for several books. It was motivated by concerns that some passages would be perceived as “insensitive”, especially in light of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Another source said that the father of two is concerned that his father, King Charles III, will succeed the deceased monarch and take the throne.

After launching a slew of vitriolic attacks against his British royal family members, the 38-year-old former royal allegedly approached Penguin Random House. However, the book has already been approved and is set to hit store shelves at the end of the year.

There are also rumors that the publisher required Prince Harry’s ghostwriter and him to improve on his original manuscript.

They claimed to have paid Prince Harry $20 million in advance because they believed the content would boost their sales and publicity; however, the draft they received was “disappointing,” according to The Sun.

According to The Sun, the book was emotional and focused on his mental health issues rather than what they wanted.

“Eventually, the final draft has been finished and signed off and a lot of money and energy has been spent to make sure it comes out this year.”