Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would have made a big decision: the couple separates from their public relations firm.
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have made a big decision
- The couple wanted to part ways with their PR firm
- A turning point for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
This is a meaningful decision. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly decide to break up their contract with their public relations firm, based in New York. Indeed, the firm named Sunshine Sachs has represented the Duchess of Sussex since she became an actress. The image of Prince Harry was also represented by this company, when he settled with his wife in the United States. “It’s a really big deal for Meghan. She feels she no longer needs to pay a lot of money to an outside company for PR for her and Harry.”said a source at DailyMail.
Going forward, Christine Schirmer, communications manager at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s charity Archewell, will handle the couple’s publicity. And the news of the couple will be busy. Indeed, the couple is looking for a production for their show and the adaptation of their memoirs. Indeed, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are working on a docuseries as part of a multi-million dollar Netflix deal. However, the broadcast of this series, which promises many revelations, could be postponed until next year because Harry and Meghan want to make changes. The death of Queen Elizabeth II has also turned their plans upside down. Prince Harry’s explosive memoir, originally slated for a November release, has already been pushed back to next year.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry postpone plans
In the Netflix series, Prince Harry wants to review the editing of the images. Indeed, he wishes to reduce some of the comments made about King Charles, of Queen Consort Camilla and William and Kate, the new Prince and Princess of Wales. “A lot of conversations are going on. I hear that Harry and Meghan want the show to be delayed until next year”a source told Page Six. “I wonder if the show might even be trashed, do Harry and Meghan just want to put this thing aside?”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex focus on their personal projects
On Prince Harry’s memoir, an insider told the Sun that the publishers, Penguin Random House, had paid £18.4m upfront for the bookbut had been “disappointed” by the first draft. They added that the Duke of Sussex was “desperate” to do “refine” the book since the death of his grandmother. A royal expert had previously claimed that King Charles hoped that the queen’s funeral “would convince Harry and Meghan to agree to change his memoir”. It will certainly be necessary to wait until 2023 to discover the multiple projects of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. For now, Prince William’s brother wants to focus on his family and mourn the death of his grandmother.