Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix Documentary May Tie in With the Crown Season Five


Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Netflix Documentary May Tie in With the Crown Season Five

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix documentary
may be arriving sooner than first thought.

The pair, who have been reportedly working with the
streaming platform since 2021 for a look into their lives in California, are
said to have been hoping for an early 2023 release but Netflix are now keen to
tie the premiere in with the fifth season of The Crown.

“There is a lot to organize and a lot of things at
play here,” a source told Page Six, adding that the platform was also
concerned that Harry’s memoir – set for release later in 2022 – may
“scoop” some of their content. The Crown is set to air in
early November.

In June it was claimed that the pair had hired an
Oscar-nominated director who will helm their rumored docuseries.

As part of their $100 million deal with the streaming
service, Liz Garbus will now work on the series, which the couple
have allegedly been working on for over a year.

Liz worked on season four of The Handmaid’s Tale and was
nominated for an Emmy in 2021. She was also set to work on Meghan and David
Furnish’s planned animation Pearl before it was scrapped earlier in

Meghan, 40, and 37-year-old Harry are working with Netflix
to produce scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, features and children’s

Archewell has never confirmed the reality series, but
camera crews were pictured with the pair in September 2021 when they attended a
series of events as well as the Global Citizen Live event.

Fans are also hoping that their recent trip to New York may

The Duke and Duchess dominated the headlines during their
trip to the city, and appeared to be in relaxed spirits as they wined and dined
at a fancy Italian restaurant with a group of close friends.

After his emotionally-charged speech at a United
Nations event – which took place in honor of the late Nelson Mandela – Harry
was seen leaving Chef Andrew Carmellini’s Tribeca hotspot, Locanda Verde,
hand-in-hand with his wife.

During his speech, Harry spoke about his mother Diana, the
Princess of Wales’ meeting with former South African leader Nelson in March
1997, and how he “sought solace” in Africa following her death.

He said: “On my wall, and in my heart every day, is an
image of my mother and Mandela meeting in Cape Town in 1997. The photo was
presented to me by the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, whose friendship and
inspiration were their own treasured gift. My wife and I had the honor of
introducing our four-month-old son to him back in 2019.”


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