British journalist Richard Eden has suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may withdraw from their Netflix deal.
Eden, who is the Daily Mail's Diary Editor, further said that the Duke of Sussex is embarrassed after signing a multi-million dollar deal with the streaming giant.
While speaking with the Palace Confidential, Eden suggested that Netflix executives are "horrified" by claims that the Duke only took the deal because he was "desperate for money".
"I think there is a fat chance of Harry and Meghan giving up their very lucrative Netflix deal. It was a Faustian pact," the journalist was quoted as saying.
Harry and Meghan were criticized for signing a deal with Netflix after the streaming giant's hit show The Crown was accused of wrongly depicting members of some royal family.
However, in an interview with James Corden, Harry, 37, has defended the series. "I’m way more comfortable with The Crown than I am seeing the stories written about my family, or my wife or myself.
"Because it’s the difference between fiction — take it how you will — and being reported on as fact because you’re supposedly news. I have a real issue with that," said Harry.
Prince Harry and his wife, along with their children – son Archie and laughter Lilibet, settled in the United States after stepping down as senior royals to live a financially independent life.