Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle got a warning about releasing any new ventures that would directly attack King Charles.
As highlighted by the Daily Express, the Duke and Duchess are gearing up for Part Two of their American future, following their decision to step down as working royals and move to the US in 2020.
The former royal couple, who "are all about the future," in order to seek financial stability, signed a five-year contract, worth £76 million ($100 million) with Netflix in September of the same year.
The deal covers the production of docuseries, documentaries, scripted shows, feature film, and children’s programming but so far the pair have only released a single docuseries, Harry and Meghan.
Despite their future endeavors, royal commentator Esther Krakue has warned the royal couple on taking shots at the monarchy and making any new allegations.
In a discussion with TalkTV, she said, "Give King Charles a break because in all of this, we're not thinking this man is 75, we don’t know how long has has left".
Krakue expressed her perspective on what she would do in Harry and Meghan's position, stating "I think if i was in their shoes, I would think let me just give this old man a break".
In the wake of their prospective projects that include Meghan's rumored memoir, she added, "Anything they have in the pipeline, whatever they want to say can wait because we know Meghan has a boko potentially coming out".
"We know that they’re thinking of doing more creative projects which is fine but… ," she said.
Implying that the couple makes money by using the royal family as a bait, Krakue said, "They know they have to highlight their connection to the Royal family in some way to make anything that they do successful".