Harry & Meghan have been working on a number of projects ever since they announced their departure from the Royal Family in 2020. The Duke and Duchess inked significant agreements with Spotify and Netflix, and Harry, of course, received his significant book deal.
These contracts not only helped Harry and Meghan regain the spotlight, but they also brought in millions of dollars for the pair. Meghan launched her podcast on Spotify while Harry was preoccupied with writing his book, Spare, which at first saw tremendous popularity.
The good news is that Meghan and the dominant player in the sector have mutually decided to end both the Spotify arrangement and her programme.
Due to the failure of the deal, Harry and Meghan will probably concentrate on earning money in other areas. This might result in the couple writing a new book, says one royal authority. one that is Spare but with “steroids.”
Even though there is still a rift with the Royal Family, Harry and Meghan’s daily lives go on as usual. The Duke attended his father’s coronation in early May, but he left immediately afterward to attend his son Prince Archie’s birthday in the US, despite being invited to stay for a while.
A few weeks later, it was time to celebrate Princess Lilibet, the daughter of Harry and Meghan, turning two.
Harry and Meghan have undoubtedly made enemies since starting their new life in the US, not the least of whom is the British Royal Family. Some people may be pleased to hear that the Sussexes have now lost their Spotify arrangement and the associated money.
However, the entire breakdown in concord between the Sussexes and Spotify, in the opinion of The Telegraph editor Camilla Tominey, could constitute a further threat to the monarchy.
The Palace authorities should possibly be aware that the Sussexes could become more hazardous as their financial standing declines, according to Tominey’s royal article.
The Duchess is obviously still teeming with “content” that is just bursting to come out, whereas the Duke may have said everything he wants to in his autobiography Spare and accompanying interviews (although he has said he has enough material for a second book).
While much of it might be written off as word salad, Tominey noted, “She’s never been afraid to add a splash of vinegar dressing when discussing her royal relatives.”
If the Palace supporters believe the Sussexes’ de-Spotification is a positive development, she said, “then they are celebrating a pyrrhic victory.”
“Their paymasters may become more demanding about the kind of content they deliver as the duo becomes more desperate to obtain fresh deals. Imagine Spare with more energy.