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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'trialling social media return' after dropping PR firm
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are preparing for a return to social media after dropping their PR firm, a royal commentator has claimed.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently reportedly parted ways with their PR agency Sunshine Sachs, the firm Meghan had used since starring in legal drama Suits.When they parted ways with the Royal Family in March 2020, Meghan and Harry retired their official social media channels, and have since only issued statements via their representatives or in media interviews. READ MORE: Meghan Markle and Harry 'drop glam US PR firm she's used since her Suits days'But now, speaking on his YouTube channel, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that the ex-royals may return to social media to improve their public image.“According to a very good source out at Montecito the ex-royals already have multiple social media trials under different names,” Neil claimed.“But their own Instagram, Sussex Royal, which has around [9.6] million followers is big business, and Meghan thinks that it’s about time that she and Harry returned to the toxicity of social media.“It’s free, it’s cheap, and it’s easy, and you can put your own narrative out.”After Meghan declared herself “the most trolled person” on the planet last year, Harry was forced to step in and defend his wife, declaring the term ‘Megxit’ as misogynistic and citing Bot Sentinel’s report that a small number of accounts were perpetuating vast swathes of hateful comments against the Duchess.And, the royal commentator acknowledged that a return to social media might be accompanied by some backlash.To get more royal stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here.“As ever with social media, though,
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle having 'rethink' as 'dull' Netflix docu-series 'delayed'
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been forced into a rethink after the release of their reported Netflix docuseries has allegedly been delayed, according to a royal commentator.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed up to Netflix with their Archewell foundation after leaving the Royal Family in early 2020.This included a deal for a documentary on Harry’s involvement with the Invictus Games, but fans have also speculated that a docuseries about their private lives may be in the works, after the Sussexes were spotted being followed by camera crews. READ MORE: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'to delay Netflix show' until 2023 after Queen's death Now, though, after the Queen’s unexpected death last month, royal commentator Neil Sean has suggested that the couple may have had to slow their plans for a reality series.“It appears that Harry and Meghan are having something of a rethink about this particular project,” Neil told viewers of his YouTube channel.“A good source that currently works out at Netflix told me this, allegedly, it was dull; there’s nothing much in there, it’s not really a docuseries.“If you look at the bigger picture, they’ve got a situation where they’ve got footage from when they went to New York over a year ago, the Invictus Games footage from the Netherlands, and then we believe some footage from the Platinum Jubilee.“Nothing will be included, of course, from the recent funeral of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and rightly so.”The former royals were in the UK when news of the monarch’s death broke, and they remained in the country for the period of mourning with their family members, with Meghan postponing the release of her weekly podcast series.But, after returning to their celebrity lives in the US,
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Meghan and Harry to cash in on 'big pay deal' for Jubilee interviews - expert
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in coverage of this year's Jubilee.READ MORE: Kate ‘very keen’ to invite Harry back for Wills birthday – but ‘no mention of Meghan’The pair returned to the UK for the event, which was their first public appearance alongside the Windsors since they dramatically quit The Firm in 2020.While the Sussexes were relegated to seats with minor royals at The Service of Thanksgiving in St Paul's Cathedral - a telling change to their standing - royal expert Neil Sean claims the couple have since been offered TV deals.Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: "All the TV broadcasters around the world are looking to put together specials on the Platinum Jubilee, particularly for their year-end things."American networks are very keen on is to sit down with Harry and Meghan to get their take on what has been spectacular years."I've been told that Australian TV too are interested particularly all the mainstream media now."When you think about it that could be a big pay deal for Harry and Meghan."The claims come amid reports Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is keen to help her husband Prince William settle differences with his brother Harry.According to Mr Sean, Catherine is "very keen" for Harry to be invited to a joint 40th birthday bash to be held for her and William.But, it is claimed, that Meghan may be shunned.“According to a very good source, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, is very keen for Harry to be invited … [although] no mention of Meghan, I noted in the quote I was told," Neil said on his YouTube channel.He said Kate's attempt to get the brothers to "re-bond" at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral had failed.He added that Kate was “nothing but a trier” and that “she did like Prince
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Meghan and Harry given ‘direct message’ by Kate and William’s Windsor move, expert says
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been given a “direct message” by Prince William and Kate Middleton after Harry’s comments about the Queen needing protection, a royal commentator has claimed. Before returning briefly to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee with Meghan, the Duke of Sussex gave an interview with US TV, where he controversially alleged that he wanted to ensure his grandmother is “protected” and has “the right people around her”.This comes amid reports that Harry and William’s feud has yet to be resolved, with the brothers seemingly refusing to look at one another during an awkward thanksgiving service at the Jubilee celebrations.Now, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that the Cambridges’ reported plans to move to Windsor may have been influenced to hit back at the ex-royals over their US switch.“That was a statement that really shocked and rocked senior members of the British monarchy," he told viewers of his YouTube channel."When you think about it, Harry is the one that departed, went thousands of miles away and left our gracious Majesty the Queen at the height of her grief for her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh,” he told his YouTube viewers.Neil then acknowledged reports that Kate and William are planning on moving to Windsor to be closer to the Queen.
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Prince Harry 'deeply unhappy' at Jubilee because 'he misses this', claims expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reunited with the Royal Family in public for the first time in two years at the Jubilee thanksgiving service on Friday but one royal expert believes it was not all smiles.Royal expert Neil Sean claims that Harry’s smiles were strictly for the cameras, and that in reality the Duke of Sussex is “deeply unhappy” with his decision to walk away from the royal life.Sean said that in his opinion the prince, 37, was facing a future of legal battles and “and failed TV deals” and that the pomp and pageantry surrounding Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is a stark reminder of everything that he’s given up."Let me tell you one thing I did notice,” he told Fox News, “he looked deeply unhappy …when you see up close… I would say personally that he’s an unhappy chappy”.Sean added that in his view, Harry misses the royal life and the ceremony would have been a “stark reminder of what he has walked away from”.“I think what really happened,” Sean went on, “and I do know somebody very close within there, is that…I think yesterday was a wake-up call as to what he’d actually left, particularly the military stuff… he’s very passionate about that and the uniform and all that sort of stuff, the motley medals as we call them - it was all a little bit strange and that’s got to resonate."But while Harry would have been downhearted at St Paul’s yesterday, Meghan “loved it” Sean says.In Sean’s opinion Meghan looked “beautiful… but beautiful in a Hollywood way as she slowly descended the steps to make sure she caught the camera…”There’s very little evidence of Harry exchanging a word with his brother Prince William, or any of the other senior royals.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seated away from senior
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Prince Harry and Meghan surprised by William's 'less welcoming' reception at Jubilee
Prince William has been less welcoming to his brother Prince Harry during the latter's return to the UK than expected, a royal expert has claimed.Harry and Meghan Markle have maintained a low profile during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations so far, despite being welcomed into the fold by Her Majesty.But the feuding brothers barely made eye contact at yesterday's service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, and royal expert Neil Sean things told the Express this could be a sign that the protracted war between the pair is far from over.According to a royal source close to Mr Sean, Harry and Meghan were hoping that William would be “more forgiving and welcoming”.Find out everything you need to know about the Platinum Jubilee by clicking hereThe Queen had, according to a source, sent for Harry and Meghan to be collected from the airport in her own personal Land Rover when they arrived in the UK.The bulletproof car was also thought to have taken them from Farnborough Airport to Frogmore Cottage.It was claimed that the Queen “believed it was the right thing to do” at the time – although Buckingham Palace did not respond to the Daily Star's request for confirmation on the matter.However, Mr Sean told the Daily Express: “The Queen has shown kindness, forgiveness, and compassion to Harry and Meghan after they damaged her monarchy and family, but another senior royal is less forgiving.“The Queen at 96 is looking after her own personal legacy.“She wants to be sure that what she leaves behind is the right image.“But according to a very good source, there is one particular, senior member who is not as forgiving - William.
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Prince William baffled by Harry's Netflix work after new Charles 'attack', expert says
Prince William has been left “baffled” by Prince Harry’s continued association with Netflix after a new documentary alleged that Prince Charles sought PR advice from Jimmy Savile.After he retired as a working royal, Harry signed up to a deal with streaming giant Netflix, but is yet to release anything on the platform.Since starting the role, the prince has faced criticism from some commentators, and was even urged to drop the deal after a “disrespectful” portrayal of his late mother in popular series The Crown.Now, Royal Family concerns have been raised by a new documentary, which revealed that the Prince of Wales once wrote letters to paedophile Jimmy Saville asking for his “common sense” advice.Reacting to the news, royal commentator Neil Sean claimed that this new release would likely leave William confused by his brother’s continued relationship with the platform.“Prince William is rather upset as it is again another attack on his loving father,” Neil told viewers on his YouTube channel. “What baffles Prince William – and this has been told to me by a very good source close to the prince – is that, how could Prince Harry possibly still associate himself with an organisation like Netflix that continues to bash his family.” Harry is embarking on a trip to The Hague for the Invictus Games this week.
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William and Kate’s US trip 'may be tricky for Harry and Meghan as celebs lose interest'
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are losing popularity with A-list celebrities in the US as interest in Kate Middleton and Prince William grows, a royal commentator has claimed.Meghan and Harry moved across the Atlantic in early 2020 to begin their new life as a celebrity couple, no longer working as representatives of the Royal Family.But after a deal with Spotify has reportedly gone awry, forcing the company to take matters into its own hands, there has been speculation that the couples’ popularity overseas is waning.Later this year, Kate and William will visit the US for the second run of their Earthshot Awards ceremony, and royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that this will test the Sussexes’ popularity.Speaking on his YouTube channel, Neil began by suggesting that Harry and Meghan have been struggling to find appropriate A-list celebrity guests for their Spotify podcast.Neil pointed out that this is despite the couple’s celebrity-packed royal wedding, which was attended by stars including George Clooney and David Beckham.“Later this year, Katherine and William will be making that much anticipated US trip, and as I’ve said before, they are proving incredibly popular now in the United States,” he observed.On the other hand, Neil claimed that Harry and Meghan’s trip to New York in September last year “didn’t pull in the crowds” that the couple had anticipated.And now, with the Cambridge’s popularity reportedly growing, the royal commentator claimed that top tier celebrities are increasingly keen to be presented to Kate and William.“Nothing says anything better than standing next to the future King and Queen of England.
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