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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle sign multi-year deal with Netflix

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have navigated their way to Hollywood signing a multi-year deal with Netflix.

According to reports, the streaming movie giants have partnered with an unknown company under Harry and Meghan.

The two will be tasked with the production of movies, documentaries, and children programmers under their new deal.

At the moment, Prince Harry and Meghan are reported to have some amazing content in store ready to be released with the deal estimated to be around 150 million dollars.

Speaking on their new projects, the power couples revealed that they have interacted with many communities and through that, they have been able to learn much about the human spirit.

Through that, they have been able to create content that will not be informative but bring hope to people worldwide.

Prince Harry has already released a documentary titled Rising Phoenix whose trailer has been released already by Netflix.

Fans will however be looking forward to seeing Meghan taking a role in a movie as was the case before.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle sign multi-year deal with Netflix
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