Harry and Meghan agree for reality show: “How hypoc …

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have signed a deal with Netflix for a reality show. It would be a “tasteful” look into their lives. In the British press, the couple is described as hypocritical.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have agreed to a reality show. At first it was thought that they would only be behind the camera for their Netflix deal worth about 130 million euros, but Meghan reportedly decided that she wanted to show her true self to the world.

The original project of the Sussexes revolved around their charities and through the television show they wanted to introduce everyone to special people and projects. But it looks like we will see something else in the end. The couple will be followed by a film crew for three months. “They might all have floaty ideas about producing episodes about the environment and poverty, but Netflix wanted value for money,” a source said.


Yet it will not immediately become a reality show as we know it from the Kardashians, among others. “It will all be very tasty. They want to give people a glimpse into their lives and all the good causes they are committed to. So it will be more about their projects than about how things go behind closed doors. But it will still be fascinating to glimpse their lives. ”

But not everyone is equally enthusiastic. In the British press, Harry and Meghan are gutted and called “hypocrites”. “We were told that Harry and Meghan would move to California to have more privacy, so I think it’s all just hypocritical,” says Ingrid Seward of Majesty Magazine. “This is exactly what they said they wouldn’t do. Understand who can understand. ”

However, according to a spokesperson for the couple, the claims are not true. “The Duke and Duchess will not participate in any reality show”, it sounds.


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