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Entertainment

Web Desk
October 14, 2020

Any program made abut Diana by Meghan and Harry to upset Prince William, says royal expert

Entertainment

Web Desk
Wed, Oct 14, 2020

Any film and documentary  about Diana may further  strain  relationship  between Prince William and Prince Harry, a royal expert said in an interview.

He warned Meghan Markle and Harry against making any program  about Princess Diana as part of their Netflix deal.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex came under criticism for the $250 million deal with the streaming giant recently. Harry and Meghan are currently living in Los Angeles after stepping down from their duties as senior royals.

They have been criticized for the multi-million deal with Netflix after "running away" from media scrutiny in the UK.

According to UK's Daily Express, the warning has been issued by royal commentator Dan Wootton. He said any programs about Princess Diana made by the couple would upset Prince William and strain the relationship further.

"We already hear there is a consideration for a program on Princess Diana. That will very much upset Prince William because remember when they did that landmark ITV and BBC series to mark the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death," The publication quoted Wootton as having told True Royalty TV: Wootton.

He said, "They were very clear that was going to draw a line under it. That was it, there was no more. They felt they had said everything they had to say about their mother and the death of their mother and they plan to move on in terms of any televisions projects."