Expert says Harry and Meghan will have to ‘reinvent themselves to stay bankable’

Royal writer Margaret Holder says people will get tired of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if they only keep talking about their alleged mistreatment by the royal family and the media.

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle A royal expert claimed they had to “reinvent themselves” if they wanted to remain bankable in the future.

The couple stepped down as senior royals last year and moved to California to carve out a new life for themselves.

When they quit the royal family, the couple said they would work to become “financially independent” and have since signed huge financial deals with companies like Netflix and Spotify.

They also had a surprise interview with Oprah Winfrey where they did it He made many allegations about the royal familyincluding Meghan saying she was suicidal during her time at The Firm and Harry accusing his brother and father of being “trapped”.



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Harry has also appeared in the Apple TV series I can’t see it, where he spoke of the “total neglect” of the royal family and criticized the paternity of Charles in conversation with armchair expert Audio notation.

But royal screenwriter Margaret Holder says the couple will need to be flexible in a “rapidly changing market”.

write in expressionShe said: “Perpetuating their victim status could lead to global publicity welcomed by the media giants who have commercial contracts with Sussex.



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“However, people will eventually get tired of hearing the same old broken record and the couple will have to reinvent themselves if they are to remain bankable in a rapidly changing market with many competitors.”

Her comments come after their unauthorized biographer Omid Scobie claimed Harry and Meghan are “too extreme.” Excited to enter the “boom season” of their lives away from toxicity.

The couple is currently on parental leave after the birth of their daughter Lillipet in June – and they’ve only been out a handful of times recently.

But according to Omid, they are preparing for a busy fall and winter, which will see them come out and support a lot of charities and causes.



According to a royal author, Harry and Meghan are about to enter the ‘boom season’ of their lives
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Talking to PersonsHe described the next few months as Harry and Meghan “entering a new era of vision”.

He added, “They’re a couple that do very well in those moments of human interaction. They have to be down to earth. They say the evidence is in the candy, and what we’re about to see is that candy.”

The author also said the couple had learned over the past months to prioritize their mental health and keep “some toxicity” at bay.

He and fellow writer Caroline Durand prepare for the paperback edition of their book Find the biography of freedom of the couple. Princess Diana’s release on August 31 coincides with the anniversary of Princess Diana’s death.

An excerpt from the updated book was published this week People Magazine.



Finding Freedom – The Unauthorized Biography of Harry and Meghan
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In the excerpt, the sources say that despite the difficulties they faced, Harry and Meghan “don’t regret” About leaving the royal family.

Seeing as the couple’s friends are calling The Queen did not take “full ownership” One of the issues they raised during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

It was among them that a family member asked questions about Archie’s skin color.

Following the broadcast of the chat, Buckingham Palace released a statement saying the Queen was “sad” about the allegations, but added that “some memories may differ”.







In a new excerpt from the book, the authors say the phrase “did not go unnoticed.”

The excerpt claims that Harry has booked a one-way ticket to the UK for Prince Philip’s funeral Hoping to be able to meet and speak with his family amid a rift with his brother Prince William and his father, Prince Charles.

Finding Freedom, originally published last year, tells the story of Harry and Meghan’s romance and their brief period as members of the monarchy before they separated to make a new life for themselves in the United States.

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