Ever since Meghan Markle's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, it has been clear that she and her husband, Prince Harry, have no problem with airing the Royal family's troubling side. From making claims that members of the family are racist to claiming that Kate Middleton made Meghan cry on the day of her wedding, it seems that every interview exposes another shocking allegation. In fact, just over a month ago, Meghan spilled major royal tea during her interview with The New Yorker, even claiming that Prince Harry's relationship with his father was as damaged as her own with her estranged dad Thomas Markle. With the upcoming release of Prince Harry's memoir and also the couple's Netflix show, many suspect that more shall be revealed. However, an insider is claiming that after the death of Queen Elizabeth, the duo is "panicked" over the future.
The Couple Allegedly Want to "Tone Down" the Documentary
According to a new report from Page Six, the couple are "desperate" to tone down their docuseries with the streaming giant, after the death of Queen Elizabeth. Sources from Netflix told the publication that the couple is "having second thoughts on their own story."
Netflix Is Allegedly "Standing by the Filmmakers"
However, their production team and the company isn't down to backtrack on the project. "Netflix is standing by the filmmakers," a source told the publication.
The Project Could Allegedly Be Shelved
"They've made significant requests to walk back content they themselves have provided—to the extent that some Netflix staff believe, if granted, it will effectively shelve the project indefinitely," the insider continued.
They Are Allegedly Trying to Edit Their Own Words
The couple is even trying to edit things they have said. "Harry and Meghan are panicked about trying to tone down even the most basic language. But it's their story, from their own mouths."
Harry and Meghan Are Trying to "Build Brand Meghan"
Tom Bower, author of Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors added to Page Six that the couple's recently released portrait speaks a thousand words. "It was all about, we're back now on course to build Brand Meghan and the book, the Netflix series, the podcast," he said. "Everything is money. And to their advantage, they were in the public eye for seven days during the funeral or more, every day they were filmed."