Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton seem to be taking another step towards improving their bridges. The sisters are reportedly considering collaborating on the Netflix project, despite numerous obstacles, including quarrels between their respective husbands.
According to a report in We are weekly.Meghan has asked the future queen to share her insights into her life as a king and the responsibilities that come with it. A source told the outlet, “Meghan and Kate are getting along really well and are in touch often. Meghan is talking to them about collaborating on a Netflix project, a documentary that It will shed light on Kate’s philanthropic work and great impact. She is made up of her philanthropy. “
However, it is not easy for Kate to say yes to the Duchess of Sussex, who gave up her life as senior monarch last year and since then her allegations against Buckingham Palace have damaged the British monarchy. For any cooperation, Kate must seek the permission of the Queen and her senior assistants. When it comes to promoting her work, she herself sticks to the traditional royal path, but still considers Meghan’s offer.
“Kate is very flattering, and it’s all very positive between them,” the insider said.
If the Duchess of Cambridge approves the collaboration, it will be one of the original plans to make Meghan and Prince Harry part of a multimillion-dollar deal with the streaming giant for Netflix. He has announced two projects so far, a documentary “Heart of Invictus” executive produced by Joe Harry, and an animated show “Pearl” executive produced by Meghan.
The partnership between Meghan and Kate will be a big sign of bridging the gap between Sussex and the royal family, as the Netflix Dell announcement sparked widespread controversy over its hit original series “The Crown”. Was criticized. Harry and Meghan were said to have blinded the Queen with their new careers for photographing the royal family at the time, but they later claimed in all their interviews with Oprah Winfrey that the palace did not provide them with financial support. After the refusal, they had to do it to survive. Their early months as a non-royal family, as promised earlier.