Meghan Markle began working on her project for Netflix in 2018 in partnership with David Furnish, before leaving England and British royalty in a process known as ‘Megxit’.
According to Page Six, Markle and Furnish were already in talks with the streaming platform while the Duchess was still working for the royal family and living in the UK.
Note that in March, during his interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry assured him that he and his wife had never spoken to the giants he interacted with — Netflix and Spotify. This, according to the prince, only started when he decided to leave the senior circle of royalty.
At the time, Harry said he changed his life thanks to an estate he inherited from his mother, Princess Diana. “I had what my mom left me with, and without it, we couldn’t have done this,” he revealed.
On another occasion, Rajkummar revealed that he had no idea about Netflix’s interest. He said, “We didn’t think about it. There were different options. And look, from my point of view, I needed enough money to keep my family safe.”
The publication said the Netflix series was one of the projects Meghan took on hand as a working member of royalty, similar to her cookbook of solidarity and even the cover of British Vogue which he edited.
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