Harry, Meghan frantic to edit Netflix show, bio
After the passing of the Queen, Harry and Meghan are frantically editing a Netflix show and a memoir.
Following the end of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are short canceling their upcoming tasks, according to mixed insiders who spoke to Page Six.
As part of their multimillion-dollar Netflix arrangement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been working on a docuseries for more than a year.
Netflix leaders had liked to fire the docuseries in December following the premiere of the fifth season of "The Crown" on November 9; yet, they have not even formally declared the Sussex task.
The duo wants to make additional adjustments to the eagerly awaited program, which might delay its premiere until 2023.
Harry's memoir, which was supposed to be published by Penguin Random House in November, has already been postponed until some moment in 2019.
Numerous royal experts have predicted that Harry's father, King Charles, will wait until the Sussex children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1,
have completed their different media endeavors before presenting titles of prince and princess on them.
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