The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly launching a new Netflix project which will see them shift from their tell-all interviews and memoirs.
Harry and Meghan made a number of shocking claims against the royal family in their Netflix docuseries, but the couple are now believed to be focusing their attention on being behind the camera, the Mirror reports.
Their new change of direction comes three years after they decided to step down as senior royals and move to California for a new life when the couple were forced to privately finance their lives.
Now sources have alleged that any future projects the couple have with Netflix will see them behind the camera instead as a source told the Sun: "That period of their life is over — as there is nothing left to say."
Hollywood broadcaster Tim Dillon claimed: "All they want to do is hang out with celebrities." He added that the couple are finding new roles for themselves and revenue but claimed that a "lot of it isn't working".
Sources claim their new move marks an 'end of an era' following their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
Following on from that interview, Meghan and Harry went on to star in their own Netflix documentary where they shared the struggles they faced in the royal family which ultimately led them to leaving the UK for their new life in the US.
Harry in particular shared intimate family details as he accused his father King Charles and his brother William of conspiring against him.
The Duke also accused the family of stereotyping Meghan while revealing personal details, including how he lost his virginity and his circumcision.
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