Royal experts have labeled Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as "the poorest people" in Hollywood.
Royal commentator and author Daniela Elser, while writing for the New Zealand Herald, stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have "to work out a way to rake in much, much more cash" in order to fund their lavish lifestyle.
"Take their reported $US100 million (*$A146 million) Netflix deal," Elser added.
"Not bad for a man who has never had to sit for a job interview in his life and a woman who used to, according to book Finding Freedom, 'occasionally set up a paparazzi photo'."
"But that figure could also include the cost of their production staff and production costs; plus it’s highly unlikely they got the full whack of cash upfront and it’s likely to be meted out after each project."
"We are not talking about 'pop out and buy a Gulfstream' cash."
Elser also added, "The issue is not only how much they are making but how tiddly that sum is in contrast with what their new best friends are all raking in."
"Harry and Meghan, even if they had been paid every dollar that every deal is worth are still the poorest people around the table next time this A+ list gang gets together for Saturday night parcheesi and cases of vintage Pouilly-Fumé.
"Making this situation even tricker is the fact the release of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series and his memoir Spare have had catastrophic consequences for their approval ratings."
This emerged after the couple had lost their "credibility" after selling off their royal secrets in the form of documentaries and books.
A former Australian member of parliament Louise Mensch, while speaking with Sky News Australia, said that although they had "sell a lot of books," they had "chucked away whatever credibility they had with both hands" in the process.