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Prince Harry “angered” Netflix bosses by leaking details of his private chat with Queen to the rival network, the source claims

PRINCE Harry “irked” Netflix bosses by leaking details of his private chat with the Queen to a rival network, sources said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed a £112million deal with the streaming site – but are yet to release anything for viewers to see.

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Harry reportedly “angered” Netflix bosses by speaking to competing networks despite their multi-million dollar dealPhoto credit: Rex
Harry revealed his conversations with the Queen to NBC last month

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Harry revealed his conversations with the Queen to NBC last monthPhoto credit: Ruckas

And now it’s being claimed Prince Harry left Netflix furious after giving their competitors exclusive insights – even though the streaming giant was there with cameras.

According to insiders, there was “a real sense of irritation” when Harry spoke to NBC and revealed details of his conversation with the Queen.

Harry’s own camera crew was shadowing the king at the time of the interview, in which he revealed he wants to “protect” his great-grandmother.

They were shooting for Heart Of Invictus, a documentary about his event for wounded and injured service workers and veterans.

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But instead of keeping the details for the Netflix show to himself, he revealed to NBC journalist Hoda Kotb what happened during his meeting with Her Majesty.

Describing the secret visit, Harry said: “Both Meg and I had tea with her. It was really nice to meet her.

“Being with her was great. It was just so nice to see her.

“You know she’s in great shape. She always has a great sense of humor for me.”

And sources now claim that Netflix bosses felt snubbed that they weren’t the first to make comments about the Windsor visit – despite their multi-million dollar deal with Harry.

A source told the Mail on Sunday: “Netflix would have loved the initial comments about the Queen’s visit for the documentary.

“There was a real sense of irritation that they were being made a different broadcaster.”

One industry expert said: “Netflix pays them millions and they give all their best interviews to other networks.

“Do you expect Netflix to be happy about this?”

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It comes just days after the streaming giant fired Meghan Markle’s upcoming animated series, Pearl.

The show, created by the Duchess of Sussex through Archewell Productions, was in development when it was dramatically canceled by Netflix.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they hoped to create content that “informs but also gives hope” when they revealed the Megabucks partnership last September.

Archewell was founded by the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry in Autumn 2020 to create screenplay series, documentaries, documentaries, feature films and children’s programmes.

Meghan and Harry also signed a deal worth £18million to produce and host podcasts with music streaming service Spotify in December 2020.

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So far, the couple has only released one podcast under this deal.

A Netflix spokesman said, “Archewell Productions remains a valued partner and we continue to work together on a number of projects.”

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Jessica MacLeish

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