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Abigail O'Leary

Prince Harry and Meghan to launch new Netflix project in huge change of direction

Prince Harry and Meghan are reportedly launching a new Netflix project which will mark a huge change of direction from their tell-all chat show appearances and memoirs.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who appeared on their own Netflix show, Harry and Meghan, are reportedly now focusing their attention on being behind the cameras.

It comes more three years after they opted to step down as senior royals for a civilian life in California - but they were forced to privately finance their lives.

Sources claim their change of direction marks an 'end of an era' following their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Sources say Harry and Meghan have reached an "end of the era" when it comes to royal bashing (Netflix)
Harry and Meghan get emotional during their Netflix show launched last year (Netflix)

The couple went on to star in their own Netflix show, where they documented the struggles faced in the family, before deciding they would leave for a life in America.

Harry went on to divulge intimate family details - including allegations his father Charles and William were conspiring against him and didn't understand him at all.

He also accused the family of stereotyping Meghan - while revealing details of his own private life, including his circumcision and losing his virginity.

Now, sources say any future projects they have with Netflix will see them behind the camera instead - with a Sun source saying: "That period of their life is over — as there is nothing left to say.”

Harry and Meghan announced they would be quitting as senior royals in 2020 (Getty Images)
Harry and Meghan seen here in their Netflix documentary (Netflix)

Hollywood broadcaster Tim Dillon claimed: "All they want to do is hang out with celebrities.

Mr Dillon went on to say the couple are finding new roles for themselves and revenue, but added a "lot of it isn't working".

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