Prince Harry: Will he return home for Netflix in 2021?

Prince Harry
Will he return home for Netflix in 2021?

Prince Harry is working on a documentary series about the Invictus Games.

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At the end of the year, Prince Harry could travel to his old home again. This time possibly with a film crew for his Netflix project.

The Invictus Games, launched by Prince Harry (36), will take place in The Hague in April 2022. In order to help plan the upcoming sporting event for war-disabled soldiers, Harry is said to be returning to Great Britain at the end of the year. This is reported by the British tabloid “Daily Express” citing anonymous sources. Then a visit to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II (95), is planned. And all of this possibly with a film crew!

Harry will therefore probably not bring his wife, Duchess Meghan (40), nor his children, Lilibet, who was born almost two months ago, and little Archie (2) with him. It is planned to shoot “Heart of Invictus” for his Netflix production. This is a documentary series announced in April about the games that should have taken place last in 2020, but have been postponed to 2022 due to the corona pandemic. The subsequent Invictus Games will take place in Germany for the first time – from September 9 to 16, 2023 in Düsseldorf.

Several projects in the pipeline

In autumn 2020 it became known that Harry and Meghan had landed a mega-deal with Netflix with their previously founded production company Archewell Productions. “Heart of Invictus” was the first project announced under the deal. It is currently not known when the documentary series will appear. Archewell Productions is also working on an animated family series with the working title “Pearl”. According to rumors, Duchess Meghan and Duchess Kate (39), the wife of Harry’s brother Prince William (39), also talked about a joint project.

Harry, who lives in the US with his wife and children, was last in the UK in July. Together with his brother William, he had unveiled a statue on the grounds of Kensington Palace honoring their late mother, Princess Diana (1961-1997). The princess, who died in a car accident, would have turned 60 on July 1st.