Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are believed to have an ace up on their sleeves following a round of snubs.
Speaking to the Daily Express, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams explained that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex might soon announce a new venture after dealing with blows from Spotify and the 2023 Emmys.
For the unversed, the streaming platform announced the abrupt ending of their multi-million dollar deal with the couple’s content creation label in June.
Most recently, they were snubbed by Emmy Awards 2023 after failing to earn a nomination in the Non-Fiction and Docu series category for their 2022 Netflix project.
"It's unclear, at the moment, what the Sussexes plan to do," shared Fitzwilliams. "Don't forget they have always had the capacity to surprise."
Despite expressing surprise over not having an "initiative so far," the expert pointed out Meghan Markle’s recent partnership with entertainment agency WME, revealing that this is "likely to lead to something."
Harry and Meghan are still tied to a $100 million deal with Netflix and are set to be working on another show, Heart of Invictus, expected to release later this year.
However, the Sussexes’ deal with the streamer is also said to be in a "precarious" position as the Suits alum is "reportedly holed away at home working on a feminist prequel of Dickens’ Great Expectations called Bad Manners," according to royal commentator Angela Levin.
"Much like their engagement with Netflix, Harry, and Meghan’s future may be hanging in the balance," she proclaimed in an op-ed published in Sky News Australia.