Prince Harry in new ‘trap’ following Netflix deal

Prince Harry in new 'trap' following Netflix deal

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle questioned after closing a deal with Netflix.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently relocated to their new home in Santa Barbara. After the move, sources revealed that they closed a “massive” deal with Netflix, which has since become a talk of the town.

It remains undisclosed, though, what type of contents they would produce in the future. But, reports said that the deal would allow them to create “hopeful documentaries” centering on the causes close to their hearts.

Upon closing the deal, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid the U.K. taxpayers back for the costs of the renovations they spearheaded in Frogmore Cottage. While this reportedly sparked the “freedom” that they are looking for, a royal expert believes that this might lead the Duke of Sussex in a new trap, according to the Daily Express.

Prince Harry might find himself in a new trap

Finding Freedom suggests that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wanted to “break away” from the royal life to seek their real freedom, hence, the title. However, experts stated that their recent deal with the streaming giant had led them into another “high-pressure environment.”

Royal commentators Camilla Tominey discussed the “million-dollar” deal with her audience. She questioned the Sussex couple’s decision, adding that they are finding freedom but, they decided to move to another trap.

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An “interesting fit” for the Duke of Sussex

Tominey continued that their relocation to California is an “interesting fit,” particularly for Prince Harry. She recalled that the royal-born Prince had always told his friends about his plans to move to Africa to lead a more “quiet life.”

But, instead of making it happen after their exit, they relocated to a community filled with “A-listers” as neighbors. Not to mention, they made a deal with a large platform, like Netflix, which will place them in “more scrutiny.”

She, later on, pointed out that this dynamic is nothing new to Meghan Markle. The case is different, however, for the royal-born Prince as this is “new territory” for him. What the Sussex couple needs is “substance,” she ended.

Alleged movie-making classes

Amid all the talks about the Netflix deal, sources told The Mirror that the Duke of Sussex is taking classes for “movie-making.” He reportedly aims to follow Ron Howard, who is an Oscar-winning director.

The unnamed tipsters added that Prince Harry recently signed up for a “web-based production course.” He wants to “start from the bottom” just like what his “role model,” Howard did, the sources claimed.

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