Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have been asked to pay back the taxpayers money which was spent on their home following their royal marriage. They will produce documentaries, docuseries, feature films, scripted shows, and children's programming.
He went on to explain that Harry - who had his own qualms with royal life - loved how the former actress challenged tradition, saying, "It's what made her so exciting to be a teammate with".More news: Deshaun Watson signing monster extension with Houston
He added that the Duke and Duchess are "absolutely happy" now. "I mean how much have they achieved in a short period of time since leaving the royal family?"
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, have settled into a new US$10 million (NZ$15m) home in Santa Barbara, California, and signed a deal with Netflix that could be worth as much as US$150 million. In particular, their newly announced production company will generate content that will include work on "mental health", an animated series about women, a nature documentary, etc., as the ex-royal couple vowed to make "impactful content that unlocks action" and name-dropped Netflix chief executive Ted Sarandos.
Harry and Meghan got the green light to broker commercial deals in January, as the couple chose to abandon official royal duties in a bid to lead a personally and financially independent life in the US. Her view is simple, the Royals are not for sale and danger surrounds high profile roles outside of the institution itself. It had been reported that Meghan had it changed herself during her pregnancy, but it's now been revealed that it was actually a surprise gift from Prince Harry.More news: Trump calls for resignation of reporter for `fake news`
An insider at the palace claimed that any profit-oriented plan would be "negotiated" even after the government took office. "Luvvie Jameela Jamil "quarantines" with Harry and Meghan".
He said: "But if they are going to do that then they have to make sure they are not benefiting from their royal status".
A top Hollywood talent agent said he'd be "shocked if [the ex-royals'] deal was worth more than $2 million per year".More news: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer Footage Leaks
'Under the terms of their agreement they have agreed that any trade agreement will be the subject of negotiation in order to waive their royal obligations'.