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Entertainment

Web Desk
October 19, 2020

Prince Harry allegedly 'sold his right' after quitting royal job

Entertainment

Web Desk
Mon, Oct 19, 2020

Prince Harry has  allegedly 'put cash before royal duty' when he signed a multi-year Netflix deal, according to  new report.

Dan Wootton,  a royal commentator,  claimed: 'Harry has sold his right now to have a problem with people commercialising the royal family, commercialising his mother because that's what he's done'.   According toExpress.co.uk, he made this comments during  his appearance  on True Royalty TV.

The Duke, who moved to US  with his wife  Meghan Markle and son Archie after stepping down as senior royal in January, has signed an elusive Netflix deal worth an estimated $250million (£190million). 

But the media outlet reported that the commentator Dan Wootton said the deal means he 'put cash before royal duty'.

Wootton continued: 'And I do think it's sad. But at the end of the day, Harry is his own man.'

He was reported to have said: "I think he has put duty to one side in exchange for cash and it's not something that I will personally celebrate. Especially when you look at all of the good work he did do with the Invictus Games in the past."

He also warned the royal couple against any programs about Princess Diana as part of their deal with Netflix because it would upset Prince William and strain the relationship further.