Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's employers are allegedly growing "weary." This comes as the former working royals have yet to deliver any content for Netflix and Spotify.
Speaking to Life & Style for its February 14 issue, insiders said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "all talk and no action." Aside from the lack of work, they have, also, missed deadlines.
It is alleged, as well, that things have gotten "so bad" between their "employers" and the couple. It has already reportedly reached the point wherein the two personalities are "now on the chopping block."
The sources continued that the Netflix projects from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, respectively, "are barely off the ground." As noted, the royal-born Prince would produce a docuseries chronicling the Invictus Games, while his wife would work on an animated series titled, "Pearl."
Although the informant acknowledged the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as its impacts on everyone, the Duchess of Sussex's project for the streaming giant does not reportedly require hundreds of people to work on it. As asserted, "there is no excuse," and Spotify is, also, "rapidly losing patience for the same reason."
In the end, the insiders stated that the former working royals' "greed" is leading them to their downfall. "They have spread themselves too thin and cannot keep up with the workload."
It remains unconfirmed, though, whether Netflix and Spotify are, indeed, losing patience toward Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. No official word has yet to emerge, and both companies have seemingly declined to make comments.
Similarly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have maintained their silence regarding the matter. It is worth noting, however, that the two personalities were on their parental leave following the birth of their daughter in June.
But, whatever the case may be, this is not the first time that the former working royals faced similar assertions regarding their massive deals with the two streaming platforms. The talks and speculations appeared to have emerged after news broke that the companies independently advertised for producers and staff members to help the couple with the production of their shows and podcasts.
Meanwhile, netizens shared their reactions to Express UK about the massive deal between the Sussex Royals and their partner companies, Netflix in particular. In a previous poll from the publication, 96.5 percent of the thousands of respondents believed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not deserve the generous contract with the streaming giant.
Only 2.3 percent reportedly thought that they were doing "enough work."