Since leaving the royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have taken on a slew of projects and business ventures, but the Duke of Cambridge is reportedly worried about what’s to come.
According to a source, Prince William is “dreading” learning what Meghan Markle and Harry plan to do next in their non-royal lives.
The Sussexes have signed multi-million-pound deals with Netflix and Spotify since leaving the royal family, and Meghan has published her own children’s book.
They’ve also given two interviews about their time in the royal family, one with James Corden and the other with Oprah Winfrey.
The latter caused consternation among the royal family, prompting the Queen to issue a brief but firm statement stating that “recollections may vary.”
Duncan Larcombe believes the couple is still profiting from the royal brand by constantly discussing it, claiming they need to find a new way to work.
“What do they do next?” he asked OK! magazine. Prince William is dreading the answer to that question.
“In the end, they’ll have to figure out a way to do their work in LA without compromising the royal brand.”
“Prince Harry isn’t exactly known for his delicacy. He’s revealed to the world that he despises his family and that the entire system is rotten to the core, but they’re cashing in on the royal brand by constantly talking about them.
“They’ll never speak to William again if they spend their entire careers selling that royal brand.”
Harry has made a number of disparaging remarks about his family, including declaring his father and brother “trapped.”
“I was trapped, but I didn’t realise I was trapped,” he told Oprah.
“Like the rest of my family, I’m trapped within the system.” My father and brother are imprisoned. They are not allowed to leave. And for that, I have a great deal of sympathy.”
“There’s a lot to work through there, you know?” Harry said when asked about his relationship with his father, Prince Charles.
” I’m disappointed because he’s gone through something similar. He understands what it’s like to be in pain. Archie, on the other hand, is his grandson.
“But at the same time, you know, I’ll always – I’ll always love him,” she says, “but there’s been a lot of hurt.”
“I’ll keep trying to mend that relationship as one of my top priorities.” And, but, and this is the thing, they only know what they know.”