- The rebellious royals are in huge demand in Hollywood
- Netflix has reportedly offered them a deal to work on The Crown
- The pair have not confirmed this partnership, for now
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International streaming service, Netflix, has approached Prince Harry and Meghan for a potential deal. The service wishes to have the couple contribute to their hit show, The Crown. The call comes just days after the royals dropped a bombshell announcement to leave the royal house and official duties.
The Crown is a fictionalised account of Queen Elizabeth II's life, along with the lives of her family members. The show has just released its third season and is highly popular. Season four is currently in production and will reportedly feature Charles' introduction and early marriage to Princess Diana - Prince Harry's mother.
According to Glamour, Netflix confirmed their interest.
While nothing has been set in stone yet, the possibility is there. As it is, Meghan has signed a deal with Disney to do voice-over work.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thomas Markle accused his daughter of 'cheapening' the British royal family. This came just hours after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they would no longer be working members of the monarchy. Markle's estranged dad blasted his daughter for giving up every girl's dream.
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