Royal commentator claims Harry and Meghan 'NEED to start singing for their supper!'

Royal commentator claims Harry and Meghan 'NEED to start singing for their supper!'
Harry and Meghan: 'NEED to start singing for their supper!' | New …
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Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 12/04/2024

- 19:17

Meghan and Harry have announced two new non-fiction series as part of its deal with Netflix

A royal commentator has said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "need to start singing for their supper" after they announced that they will be producing two new non-fiction series as a part of their deal with Netflix.

Meghan's Netflix series will "celebrate the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship", whilst Prince Harry will delve into the behind-the-scenes world of professional polo, and discover "what it takes to compete in the sport at the highest level".

Discussing the new documentaries on GB News, Michael Cole said: "Prince Harry and his lovely wife are going to have to start singing for their supper. They've got a five-year contract worth $100million with Netflix.

"Netflix wants their pound of flesh. So she's going to be doing a lifestyle and cookery streaming service.

Meghan and Harry

Meghan and Harry have two new documentaries being released


"He's going to do a program all about polo. Not water polo, but polo with ponies on horseback, except for ocean-going racing in yachts which was once described as standing under a cold shower, ripping up £550 notes, must be the most expensive sport and hobby in the world."

Meghan, 42, and Harry, 39, will have a star-studded lineup on their team, including Leah Hariton as showrunner alongside Michael Steed.


The Duchess of Sussex and Chanel Pysnik will serve as executive producers for Archewell Productions alongside Hariton, Aaron Saidman, and Eli Holzman.

It comes after Meghan launched her new business venture American Riviera Orchard last month.

Meghan also teased big new projects for 2024 when she appeared on the red carpet at the Variety Gala last November.

The duchess said: "We have so many exciting things on the slate. I can't wait until we can announce them, but I'm just really proud of what we're creating. My husband is loving it too which is fun."

Michael Cole

Michael Cole said that they need to start "singing for their supper"

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The second series that Meghan and Harry will release on Netflix will follow the world of professional polo.

Shot primarily at the US Open Polo Championship in Wellington, Florida, at The USPA National Polo Center, the series will explore the sport, known primarily for its social scene.

King Charles would frequently play polo with Prince William, 41, and the Duke of Sussex during their youth.

The series will attempt to show what it takes to compete in the sport at the highest level. Prince Harry is a keen polo player and is often photographed playing internationally.

Boardwalk Pictures will produce the series, while Miloš Balać is serving as showrunner.

Prince Harry and Meghan will be the executive producers alongside Pysnik for Archewell Productions.

Both untitled shows are in the early stages of production.

The pair’s most well-known project at Netflix, the Harry & Meghan docuseries from December 2022, featured six episodes and included bombshell claims about members of the Royal Family.

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