Harry and Meghan are now ‘under pressure to deliver for Netflix and Spotify’ | royal | New

He says the heads of Netflix and Spotify want “a lot more bang for their buck” from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – and claims their huge deals are “highly unlikely” to be renewed and could be cancelled.

A Sunday Express poll found 73% of those polled said the couple were right to keep a low profile at the festivities – 14% disagreed.

The executive’s warning comes after ex-Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said the Sussexes had ‘started to worry about their longevity in Hollywood’ and royal author Tom Bower said: “Netflix is ​​left with a big problem.

The Sussexes are no longer stars.” Both condemned Harry and Meghan for allegedly wanting to photograph the Queen’s first meeting with their daughter Lilibet.”

Netflix has already removed the Pearl couple’s cartoon.

Our source said: “Americans in general are now aware that they no longer have ‘all access’ passes to the highest peaks of British royalty. This will affect their value.

Not all of the creative content originally promised has really materialized.

“It’s very unlikely that their deals will be renewed unless they can start producing some creative magic.”

The broadcast date of the Harry Heart of Invictus documentary is unknown.

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