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Topic History of: Harry goes to Hollywood
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Green Man Admiral Benbow wrote:
Netflix will soon air 'Diana: A New Musical' to begin their collaboration with Harry and Meghan, under their lucrative new contract.

The carrot to Netflix is Harry's pedigree and connections which will allow for a variety of programmes on the Royal family and its history.

Harry is the first Royal to sign up for the new (or old) Hollywood and will be expected to sing for his supper and, hopefully, pay off his mortgage on Frogmore Cottage.

Undoubtedly the proposed 2021 return to the UK by H&M (to unveil a new Diana statue at Kensington Palace etc.) will be covered in detail, with the Sussexes in front and behind the cameras.

Oscars are only a matter of time.


Not forgetting long award speechless about being 'woke'.
Admiral Benbow Admiral Benbow wrote:
Netflix, the new and more transportable Hollywood, have made two astute commercial signings.


As evidenced, over the weekend, by Harry's break from Amazon Prime.

Prime are Netflix's biggest competitor, and such a move was part on the H&M deal.

However the Netflix spies will soon descend on Windsor and Sandringham.

Like Andrew's mates did.

Netflix smell the Diana options too, as well as so many others.
Admiral Benbow Netflix will soon air 'Diana: A New Musical' to begin their collaboration with Harry and Meghan, under their lucrative new contract.

The carrot to Netflix is Harry's pedigree and connections which will allow for a variety of programmes on the Royal family and its history.

Harry is the first Royal to sign up for the new (or old) Hollywood and will be expected to sing for his supper and, hopefully, pay off his mortgage on Frogmore Cottage.

Undoubtedly the proposed 2021 return to the UK by H&M (to unveil a new Diana statue at Kensington Palace etc.) will be covered in detail, with the Sussexes in front and behind the cameras.

Oscars are only a matter of time.
Admiral Benbow It's virtually inevitable that Harry will become a Knight of the Garter, like his father and brothers. This ancient investiture ceremony is held at St. George's in Windsor, where he was married.

Netflix will want to include this prestigious ceremony in their schedule, perhaps as the 'Netflix Garter Awards' with hidden cam coverage of the accompanying bash and probably include Clooney and Oprah.

However some former PMs unusually haven't been elevated to the Order yet, notably Blair and Brown. And a Stranger Knight (Juan Carlos, former King of Spain) has vanished or been banished from his country.
Jo The multi-year deal will encompass documentaries, docu-series, feature films, scripted shows and children's programming.

www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-54003296

BBC was reporting today that they're seeking financial independence, as they're currently being financed by the "bank of papa", and also need to finance their new home.

It apparently cost $14 million and has nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. So quite modest really. Decorated in predictable humble "neutral colours".

How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interiors capture their 'newfound freedom': 'Bright and airy' design of their $14million mansion reflects their joy at 'taking back control of their lives', experts reveal