Harry and Meghan have “nothing left to say” and will cease doing interviews or creating content about the Royal Family.
Former BBC presenter Andrew Neil announced on Twitter that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer make self-referential Spotify podcasts or tell-all Netflix films, nor will they publish memoirs or participate in interviews.
Mr. Neil called the development a “good news story.”
“Sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex say the pair will stop making self-referential podcasts for Spotify, tell-all Netflix documentaries — plus no more publishing memoirs and sitting down for interviews discussing the royal family, as they have ‘nothing left to say,'” he wrote on Twitter.
It comes just days after Spotify canceled Meghan’s podcast Archetypes following a “mutual” agreement.
The podcast allegedly failed to generate enough content to justify the £15 million payout agreed upon when the pair inked a deal with Spotify in 2020.
According to the New York Post, Archewell, Meghan, and Harry’s media firm, and Spotify issued a joint statement saying they had “mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together.”
Although Meghan and Harry will no longer create self-referential content, their company Archewell is expected to produce a variety of media.
It is believed that Harry and Meghan will seek to write more “light-hearted” novels.
They are claimed to have several entertaining series in the works, including “feel good” shows.
A source told the Telegraph earlier this year, “There will be more of a heavy focus on fictional, scripted content.”
The couple is also said to be considering new initiatives, with Meghan allegedly close to finalizing a deal with Dior as she focuses on “rebranding.”
Meghan is “all anyone is talking about,” according to a renowned Beverly Hills socialite, and “there have been rumors for weeks that she’s going to sign a deal with Dior, which has put the gossip mill into overdrive.”
“We knew the Spotify announcement was coming,” a source at WME Agency, which Meghan signed with earlier this year, told MailOnline.
“It may come as a surprise to others, but we’ve been working on rebranding Meghan for weeks.”