Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are ‘losing their global appeal’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are ‘losing their global appeal’

A British TV host claims that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have lost popularity since leaving the royal family.

On her GB News show on Sunday, Nana Akua criticized the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their upcoming projects, a memoir, and a rumored Netflix docuseries.

According to Page Six, Prince Harry and Meghan want to delay the release of their documentary in the aftermath of Queen Elizabeth II’s death last month in order to edit out comments about King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla, Prince William, and Kate Middleton. This information could not be independently verified by Express.

“I can’t see Netflix going along with that one. They have already shelled out millions and they want their pound of flesh,” Akua claimed on her GB News show.

She branded the couple “heartless” before saying that she’s interested to know how the Sussexes “genuinely” felt about the royal family “when they thought they had nothing to lose.”

Akua also claimed that Prince Harry and Markle were “uninvited” to a Buckingham Palace reception for world leaders on the eve of Queen Elizabeth‘s state funeral on September 18. According to previous reports, the Sussexes, who retired from royal duties in 2020, were initially invited but later refused because the gathering was only for senior working royals.

“The couple appears to be losing their global appeal,” Akua claimed. “I suspect many of the world leaders wouldn’t have been that comfortable if they had attended.”

She continued, “It seems that the Sussexes are beginning to realize that being a royal is a pretty good gig.”

Akua then commented on reports that Prince Harry’s memoir, which was supposed to be released in November, has been postponed until next year “out of respect for the late Queen.”

She stated that she will not be buying his book, which she thinks could be the “straw that breaks the camel’s back” for Prince Harry and Meghan in their alleged feud with the royal family.

“It feels as though there is a change afoot as the penny appears to be dropping. Without the monarchy behind [Harry and Meghan], joining the rat race is not all it’s cracked up to be,” Akua concluded.

According to unnamed sources, the Sussexes are at odds with Netflix executives and their own production team over the content of their docuseries.

According to the outlet’s sources, Prince Harry and Markle want to cut some scenes from the docuseries they’ve been working on for over a year, but Netflix executives are standing by the Sussexes’ filmmakers who want to keep the content. “Harry and Meghan are panicked about trying to tone down even the most basic language,” one industry source told the outlet. “But it’s their story

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