Harry and Meghan ‘spreading themselves thin with Netflix nervous’, expert claims

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly left Netflix bosses concerned that the couple are "spreading themselves too thin" with their various projects, a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly facing pressure from Netflix and Spotify bosses, who wish to see "a return" to their work projects soon.

Since signing their multi-million-pound deal with the streaming giants, the couple have gone on to form partnerships with a number of other organisations.

Despite two projects being in pre-production with Netflix, subscribers and investors are concerned that they have taken on too many other commitments, Express.co.uk reports.

Royal commentator Neil Sean claimed: "Inside sources tell me that quite a few of their companies are rather nervous and rightly so I would presume, this is all to do with the fact that they feel like Harry and the former cable TV actress Meghan Markle are spreading themselves too thin.

He went on: "Their most recent job of course was to sign on with Ethic banking, it's strange in itself because as we all know, what do Harry and Meghan know about finance – I'm sure she knows a little bit more than him, but for Prince Harry, he's had a very charmed life so far.

"However, sources told me that Spotify, Netflix, and those other deals that they have, they will want to see a return very soon, and by very soon I would suggest by the start of 2022.

"When you think about it, it will then be almost a year since the Netflix deal was signed and the deal with Spotify."

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Harry and Meghan announced their lucrative deal with Netflix in September 2020.

Estimated to be worth over £100million, the deal will see them produce a range of "informative" and "uplifting" content.

They also formed a partnership with Spotify, believed to be worth £30 million.

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