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Meghan and Harry ‘paid exorbitantly’ due to connection to Royal Family


Meghan and Harry ‘paid exorbitantly’ due to connection to Royal Family


Meghan and Prince Harry are expected to be “sought after” in the United States and to be highly paid for their partnerships and “celebrity value” according to celebrity biographer Kitty Kelley. This is due to the fact that the pair has a unique bond that no other American celebrity will match.

“Harry and Meghan will be sought after socially in America and paid generously (some might say exorbitantly) for their celebrity value,” Ms Kelley, who has written about the Kennedy family, Oprah Winfrey, and the royals among others, told the Washington Post.

“Not even the biggest US movie star or sports giant can claim Harry and Meghan’s link to the British monarchy.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not relinquish their royal titles when they stepped down as full-time serving royals.

On their page Archewell, the pair prefers to refer to themselves as Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Their royal titles are also used to introduce them at functions, such as the latest charity concert Vax Live.


The Duke is in line to the throne, alongside his son Archie and his daughter, who is due to be born this summer.

Their distinct royal radiance will put them in a particularly strong role to exploit the brand in a variety of ways. When Harry’s great-great uncle, the Duke of Windsor, abdicated his place as king in 1936, it wasn’t a choice. But it remains to be seen if this newfound celebrity can bring the Sussexes a healthier and more prosperous future.

Sarah, the Duchess of York, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, collaborated with the United States-based organization then branded as Weight Watchers as a spokeswoman in 1997, according to Kelley. The Sussexes, on the other hand, seem to be attempting to offer the Fergie model a more glamorous and optimistic makeover.

The plan for what to do next was already in place when the Sussexes left the royal family in 2020. Archewell Audio, the podcast they host and produce in collaboration with Spotify, debuted in December with an episode featuring Elton John, James Corden, and Stacey Abrams reflecting on the previous year.

The couple’s Archewell Productions revealed the first film to come out of their multiyear contract with Netflix on April 6: “Heart of Invictus,” a docuseries about the Invictus Games, an international contest for disabled athletes created by Harry in 2014.

Despite the fact that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are no longer active royals, they are both engaged in charitable work. Apart from their involvement for their own organisation, the Archewell Foundation, Meghan and Harry are now helping to promote vaccination justice so that more families around the world will benefit from Covid vaccines.

The pair has been named as campaign chairs for the Vax Live festival, a concert organized by anti-poverty organization Global Citizen to inspire policymakers to support other countries that haven’t had as much luck with vaccinations, and for companies to market Covid vaccines on a non-profit basis. ‘We will all benefit, we will all be safer, when everyone, everywhere has equal access to the vaccine,’ the pair said in a statement. ‘We must pursue equitable vaccine distribution and, in that, restore faith in our common humanity. The mission couldn’t be more critical or important.’

Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait a little while to see it, since it won’t air until May 8. The event will be shown live on YouTube in the United Kingdom.

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