Harry and Meghan will stop revealing royal secrets: They’ll look to carve out a new brand for themselves

Over the past few weeks and months, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have dominated the headlines because of the various secrets they have revealed about the Royal Family and what happens behind closed doors.

They have dished a lot of dirt, angering their family members in the process, but they’re now planning to stop.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have various media deals lined up, most notably with Netflix, yet their future projects won’t be about revealing royal secrets or bringing up the past.

This is according to an exclusive from the Daily Express’ digital royal editor Emily Ferguson.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to start a new era in the coming months and stop publicly trashing the Royal Family,” she explained.

Prince Harry and Meghan, who have lived in the US for almost three years, are set to focus on their future by carving out new projects, building on their Archewell brand and distancing themselves from the Firm.

“The couple will look to carve out a new brand for themselves away from the drama of their rift with the Royal Family.

“Such an approach will be aimed at improving their reputation and making amends with Harry‘s family.”

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However, in her piece, Ferguson spoke to PR experts who think this is easier said than done.

“Whilst the drama may die down for Harry and Meghan in the not-too-distant future, the royal feud will unfortunately follow them around for years and years to come,” said PR expert Shannon Peerless.

“Even if a reconciliation occurs, which it certainly could, the spotlight will be so heavily focused on them all that the rumour mill will never be far from churning into gear again.”

What other projects do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have lined up?

The couple have a Spotify podcast and they are also set to make more series for Netflix, such as the ‘Live To Lead’ documentary, a show inspired by Nelson Mandela.

However, this has also caused controversy even though it’s not about the Royal Family, given that Nelson Mandela’s granddaughter Ndileka hit out at them for “using granddad’s name” and “stealing my grandfather’s quotes”.