The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will stop producing Netflix shows and writing books criticizing the royal family.
Sources say Harry and Meghan are hoping 2023 will be their “year of reconciliation” with the royal family following the release of their Netflix documentary and Harry’s memoir, Spare.
Instead, the Sussexes will likely remain behind the cameras, reports The Sun.
Since the couple announced their decision to step down from royal life in 2020, they have been critical of King Charles, Queen Camilla, William and Kate.
It’s hoped this decision will spare the royal family further heartache – and sources say that’s because they ran out of footage following the release of Netflix show Harry & Meghan and Harry’s memoir.
An insider said: “That period of her life is over – as there is nothing more to say.”
Meghan recently signed to Hollywood talent agency WME – and it’s likely the company advised her not to share every detail of her life publicly.
According to a source, the pair described the time the Netflix show and memoir was released as their “visibility era” – and now they hope to move into a “year of reconciliation.”
The source believes that’s why Harry and Meghan have never publicly criticized the late Queen Elizabeth.
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