Prince William is said to be frustrated by his brother Prince Harry’s ongoing deal with Netflix despite the streamer “ruthlessly exploiting” the royal family.
The online streaming platform is gearing up for the much anticipated sixth and the final season of the ongoing series, The Crown, based on the British Royal Family.
A friend of the Prince of Wales disclosed to The Daily Beast: "William is angry about a lot of things in connection with Harry. His decision to work with Netflix, who have ruthlessly exploited the family, is certainly one of them.”
He continued to share, "It’s incredibly hurtful to have his mother exploited over and over again in this tawdry fashion by Netflix.”
The friend added that Prince William, 41,“won’t watch it,” but sure enough, “he will be totally sickened by it."
Adding more to the anger is the fact that Prince Harry has not renounced the Netflix deal, even as the platform prepares to release the last part of the smash hit series.
The Crown has taken viewers on a chronological journey through the Royal family’s events from the 1950s and will stop in 2005.
The latest series will depict events such as the death of Princess Diana in a car crash, with a twist of plot featuring her ghost later in the show.
Since Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle quit their royal duties and settled in the US, the couple signed several entertainment deals.
Earlier this summer, their partnership with Spotify came to an end following the release of just one season of Meghan's podcast Archetypes.
However, it is rumored that the two are in talks to sign another deal with Amazon’s Audible.
They have also produced content for Netflix, including their controversial docuseries Harry & Meghan, which lifted the lid on their relationship and their experiences with the royals.