Prince Harry is working on a new project, and it doesn't involve Meghan Markle

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Prince Harry is reportedly arranging a brand new solo project with Netflix without Meghan Markle, whose podcast deal was recently terminated due to unproductivity.

As per Marie Claire, Prince Harry has set his sights on a captivating new endeavor that has caught the attention of fans and media alike. Breaking away from his collaborative efforts with his wife, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry is embarking on a remarkable new project with the renowned streaming service, Netflix. With the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's partnership with Netflix hanging in the balance, this new project has sparked curiosity and anticipation among their followers.

Prince Harry's upcoming solo project

In an exciting development, Prince Harry is reportedly in the midst of creating a compelling documentary with Netflix, venturing into this project without the involvement of Meghan Markle. According to The Mirror, as part of the couple's £78 million deal with the streaming giant, this documentary will serve as the next phase in their collaboration.

While the precise nature and subject matter of the documentary remain undisclosed, it is expected to delve into Prince Harry's personal connection with Africa. Inspired by Princess Diana's humanitarian efforts in Africa, Prince Harry's documentary may focus on addressing social and environmental issues prevalent on the continent. Page Six reports:

'Harry’s potential African journey will inevitably be seen as following in the footsteps of his mother, Princess Diana.'
Prince Harry is working on a new project, and it doesn't involve Meghan Markle Samir Hussein

As per The Evening Standard, Africa holds a special place in Prince Harry's heart, and he has often expressed how he feels a profound sense of belonging on the continent. Reflecting on his affinity for Africa, he once shared: 'This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world. I wish I could spend more time in Africa'.

This deep connection has manifested in various ways, including his establishment of the charity Sentebale, which he co-founded with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, as well as his role as president of the conservation group African Parks.

Uncertainty hinders progress

While Prince Harry's solo documentary promises to be an extraordinary project, its progress has been hindered by the ongoing Hollywood writers' strike, which has significantly impacted numerous television productions. This unfortunate situation has temporarily impeded the advancement of Prince Harry's plans, reports The Mirror.

Prince Harry is working on a new project, and it doesn't involve Meghan Markle Max Mumby

As previously reported by The Mirror, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle secured a groundbreaking deal with Netflix worth a reported $150 million in 2020.

Under this partnership, they have already released the thought-provoking docuseries Harry & Meghan, which offers an intimate look into their lives and experiences. They have also collaborated on Live to Lead, a project that captivated audiences at the end of last year. Additionally, an eagerly anticipated documentary about Prince Harry's Invictus Games, titled Heart of Invictus, is slated for release later this summer.

Why Meghan's Spotify deal was canceled?

Archetypes, Meghan Markle's 12-episode podcast series, garnered widespread acclaim and topped podcast charts in multiple markets. The thought-provoking conversations she had with various influential figures, including tennis icon Serena Williams, legendary singer Mariah Carey, and socialite Paris Hilton, resonated with listeners worldwide.

However, Spotify confirmed it was not renewing Meghan’s podcast Archetypes for a second series. They said they had 'mutually agreed to part ways' and were 'proud of the series we made together'.

Rumors have circulated that Spotify executives were underwhelmed by the couple's lack of productivity and direction in their projects, while sources have highlighted challenges with their content creation label, Archewell Audio.

Harry was reported to have pitched Spotify on interviewing Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg and Vladimir Putin on their childhood trauma, and Pope Francis on religion. According to The Evening Standard, it is stated that Meghan attempted to invite pop star Taylor Swift to appear on her podcast, but the singer declined the invitation through a representative.

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