Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s rumored decision to end high-profile future projects is music to King Charles’ ears, a royal source has said – although another said these rumors were greatly exaggerated.
The King, who was officially crowned last month, is ‘breathing a sigh of relief’ after the Sussexes stopped posting revelations, engaging in sit-down interviews and taking part in large-scale documentaries, a source said to the sun.
“That period of their lives is over – because there is nothing more to say,” the source said of the exiled couple’s plan to step away from the spotlight.
The Sun’s former royal correspondent Charles Rae also confirmed that Charles welcomed the end of the couple’s media campaign against the family.
“We’ve seen everyone in the royal family, whenever Harry is there and Meghan, they’re very, very careful what they say,” Rae said. says GB News.
“What they don’t want them to happen is for them to end up in some kind of documentary or a book with what they said.”
“And I imagine there are several people from the various palaces, including the king down, who must be sitting in their chairs today, breathing a sigh of relief,” he continued, adding “I just hope it stays a path for them.
However, ‘To Di For Daily’ podcast host Kinsey Schofield claimed that “the exploration of Harry’s past is far from over, saying a source recently revealed to him that Harry, 38, was considering making a documentary about his mother, the late Princess Diana.
Despite Harry and Meghan’s supposed turnaround, Rae notes that Netflix might not be as happy with the news as Charles.
“Let’s wait and see if they actually stick with it,” Rae said. “They are now supposed to stop their royal bashing and be behind the Netflix cameras.”
“I’m pretty sure Netflix won’t be too happy to pay over £100m for this couple just for them to make up little stories or whatever.”
The Sussexes sensationally stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family in 2021 – a move which was followed by a permanent move to the US amid their continued quest for ‘privacy’.
Their decision sparked several high-profile projects such as their six-part Netflix documentary, their explosive sit-down interview with Oprah Winfreyand Harry’s heartbreaking memoir, “Spare.”
They have since been criticized and ridiculed for their shocking revelations, with the animated sitcom ‘South Park’ airing an episode in which a royal couple who looked like the Sussexes were mercilessly mocked.
More recently, the couple’s credibility has been thrown into doubt after they claimed they were involved in a “nearly disastrous” paparazzi car chase through Manhattan.