December 21, 2023


Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's life ‘nothing short of disaster’ after leaving royals

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been struggling since their departure from royal family

By Javeria Shahid December 21, 2023

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s life after leaving the royal family has been a disaster, as per a royal expert.

In the wake of the Duke and Duchess’s plans not unfolding as expected in 2023 a royal commentator dubbed the year "nothing short of a disaster" for the couple, as per TalkTV.

This statement comes after the Montecito-based couple’s charity, Archewell, has also seen a drastic drop in donations by $9 million in a single year, to only $1.2 million.

Though this is not the first time that the duo has encountered such a dire situation.

For the unversed, since the couple stepped down from their senior working royal duties in 2020, the Sussexes settled in the US.

Harry, 39, and the former Suits alum initially ended up signing lucrative business deals with various media platforms including Netflix and Spotify.

However, they faced a huge setback earlier this year, when the digital music service providers canceled their whopping $20 million deal.

Meanwhile, Jeremy Zimmer, chief executive of the United Talent Agency, remarked that Markle, 42, seems to lack "any kind of talent" after her Archetypes podcast deal with Spotify was terminated after only 12 episodes.

As of now, the royals are reportedly scrambling to iron out their financial issues stemming from no business deals on the horizon.

Prior to this 'no-business' situation, Prince Harry's tell-all memoir Spare was released on January 10, though it made good sales it strained the relations between the 39-year-old and his elder brother, Prince Harry.

Furthermore, a family feud deepened after the Endgame drama and as per several news outlets reporte that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been excluded from the Royal family's Christmas festivities.

However, it's fair to assume the California couple are eager to start anew in 2024, as per Daily Express.