Netflix isn’t interested in what Meghan and Prince Harry have to say on social matters. Sure, they’ll pretend that they do, just in the same way as they probably told Joe Exotic that they were interested in how he works with animals.
Poor old Joe believed the show would be based around him and his awesomeness when in reality, the people were laughing and pointing at him, not cheering for him.
Harry and Meghan’s publicity team have gone into over-drive to quash any notion of them filming a tacky reality series. Essentially they are splitting hairs. There will be a fly-on-the-wall series, but obviously, it won’t be warts and all, or about their personal life.
I have to ask, did anyone believe this was ever in doubt?
Did you buy the laughable nonsense that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would remain behind the camera, helping to create content that shines a light on other, more deserving individuals?
Of course not. Meghan Markle was always going to be in front of the camera, in the limelight. It’s what she does.
As a source has claimed, Meghan wants to be in front of the camera so the world can see “the real her.”