Meghan Markle and Prince Harry think that the “royal family behind this vendetta”

Following the Duke of Sussex’s triumph in the UK High Court, media sources claimed that Hollywood talent agency William Morris Endeavor (WME) had been in crisis discussions with its well-known clients, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Prince Harry was awarded a sum of $180,000 as compensation for Mirror Group Newspapers’ hacking of his phone. According to the UK’s Express newspaper, the couple believes that a series of botched projects and brand alliances are part of a “vendetta being waged against them.”

Despite the popularity of their Netflix documentary series in December 2022, the sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, and the record-breaking sales of Prince Harry’s book Spare earlier this year, the agreements fell through.

“There have been discussions with well-known businesses that should have been pursued but didn’t. The article said, “Both Harry and Meghan frequently wore Dior and were at one point huge fans of the brand. Those brands then actively courted other members of the family.” Harry donned a [Dior] suit for the Coronation, marking the beginning of the Sussexes’ collaboration with the fashion label. Then attention turned to Camilla and the rest of the family. The actress who plays Kate Middleton in Netflix’s last season of The Crown was named the new face of the company, which further aggravated the situation. The timing was all quite suspect.

Although Meghan Markle has been employed with WME since April 2023, no new projects have yet to come to fruition. The pair’s $20 million Spotify deal has also allegedly been terminated, with boss Bill Simmons referring to them as “grifters.”

“At this moment, the squad doesn’t seem to know what to do. According to the article, “the general consensus is to attempt to mend the harm done to the Royal Family and hope that link will help them out of the doldrums.”