The children’s cartoon series that was part of the deal between Meghan Markle It’s the Prince Harry with the netflix, was just canceled, according to Deadline. The streaming platform has decided to cut production due to budget concerns, sources say.
The publication reveals that Netflix is trying to recover from the impressive drop in advertiser numbers and that is why it decided to make budget cuts and the Duchess of Sussex series was one of those affected.
The cartoon would revolve around a 12-year-old girl “on a journey of self-discovery” inspired by the legacy of famous women in history.
The executive producer of the series – which was created by Markle and her husband Prince Harry’s Archewell Productions – was Elton John’s husband David Furnish.
Several other planned Netflix anime series have also been put on hold, due to the streaming giant’s financial troubles.
“The company has lost almost half of its value since the warning in January that its subscribers were jumping ship, which is why several productions are put on hold”, justifies the source.
good news for the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: they will be able to be on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the platinum jubilee of the Queen Elizabeth II in June! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke to the 96-year-old monarch personally about his concerns for the safety of his family and expressed their desire to travel to the UK with their children Archie, almost three, and Lilibet, 10 months.
According to the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess were “reassured” during a meeting with the Queen about the security arrangements the Palace and local authorities will put in place to protect them during their stay in Windsor.
A source confirmed: “The Duke of Sussex seemed relaxed about the plans that have been made for him and his wife.”
When they met Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, Harry and Meghan were protected by private security and their own American bodyguards, they will now be able to rely on escort by a Special Mobile Armed Protection Group (SEG), used by members of the royal family and ministers.
The newspaper commented: “The hybrid security model will likely be the one offered to Harry, Meghan and their children when they are invited to the Platinum Jubilee. Security for the Sussexes would be funded by taxpayers. The Home Office has clarified that there cannot be private financial arrangements with those who receive support from the Metropolitan Police,” he explains.
A source consulted by the Daily Mail said: “Harry was very pleased with the way the security operation in Windsor was working, the liaison between his team and the Metropolitan Police. He believes a solution can be found which allows him to traveling with his children until the Platinum Jubilee (…) so that Archie and Lilibet can also be on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with the Queen for the Platinum Jubilee weekend in June,” he said. declared.considers.
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