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Harry and Meghan let cameras into their Montecito home for their reality series |  Property

Harry and Meghan let cameras into their Montecito home for their reality series | Property

Page Six reports that the Sussexes are filming a documentary series and have allowed cameras into their home in Montecito. The series is part of a deal the couple struck in 2020 with streaming service Netflix for €95 million. It’s not yet certain when exactly the series will appear, but the Netflix chefs want to finish the series by the end of 2022. According to insiders, the streaming site wants the series to be released around the same time as Harry’s upcoming memoir. The couple prefers that the series appear only in 2023.

Last month, Netflix cameras followed the Sussexes as they went to the Netherlands to participate in the Invictus Games, Harry’s global competition for wounded soldiers. Netflix is ​​making a documentary “The Heart of the Invictus” about it. So now the series will be a little closer to their private lives, because the shooting will take place in their house. It’s unclear if Archie and Lilibet will appear in the photo. What exactly will be said in the series is not yet clear, but according to insiders, there is great concern in Buckingham Palace. There is a good chance that the royal family’s counter-accusations will be heard again.

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