Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have caused a stir ever since leaving the Royal Family.
Rumors suggest that the pair has been isolated from the rest of the family.
But Markle could be working on one collaboration nobody saw coming.
Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey turned into an ugly royal scandal.
The two accused the Royal Family of being racist, which led to a media firestorm that resulted in television personalities losing their jobs for questioning the veracity of Harry and Meghan’s claims.
The scuttlebutt was that Harry and brother William had become estranged.
But now there’s talk that Meghan could be collaborating with William’s wife Kate Middleton on a documentary project.
Us Weekly reports:
“Coming soon to Netflix? Meghan Markle has reached out to her sister-in-law, Duchess Kate, about sharing an inside look at the future queen consort’s life as a royal. ‘Meghan and Kate are actually getting along really well and have been in touch more often,’ a source exclusively reveals . . .’ Meghan has been talking to her about collaborating on a project for Netflix, a documentary that will spotlight Kate’s charity work and the huge impact she’s made with her philanthropy . . . Kate is very flattered, and it’s all very positive between them . . .’”
If true, Meghan working with Kate would be a significant détente between the two duchesses.
They allegedly had friction of their own as Meghan has purportedly been apt to disregard Royal tradition such as volunteering at shelters.
Markle, a former actress, has reportedly been eager to resume her Hollywood career in some capacity.
There was speculation that she craved a supporting role in an ensemble blockbuster film.
The lucrative Netflix deal inked by the Sussex Royals should help sate their craving for Hollywood celebrity.
Markle has come under intense scrutiny from her own family in light of the drama surrounding her and Harry.
Markle’s estranged father and half sister have both dubbed Meghan as a troublemaker.
Her sister Samantha even suggested she has narcissistic tendencies.
The Oprah interview did little to disabuse anyone of that contention.
Only in 2021 can a prince and princess portray themselves as oppressed victims.
According to polls, Harry and Meghan’s favorability ratings among Britons are under water, Harry’s for the first time in his life.