Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are thought to be planning to reveal more “juicy stuff” about their time in the Royal Family following the success of their docuseries last year, according to reports. An insider source said about the couple: “There are a lot of nuances from their story that they feel are still missing after the documentary and Harry’s book.”

The documentary was met with mixed reviews, with some praising the couple for their honesty and others criticizing them for airing their dirty laundry in public. Netflix, for its part, was reportedly not happy with the documentary, and it is believed that this was the final straw for the streaming giant.

The cancellation of the deal is a major blow to Harry and Meghan, who were reportedly expecting to produce several projects for Netflix, including a docuseries about the Invictus Games and a children’s show. It is unclear what the future holds for the couple’s production company, Archewell Productions, but they will have to find a new home for their projects.

The cancellation of the Netflix deal is also a sign of the changing relationship between the royal family and the media. In the past, the royal family was able to control its image through carefully curated press releases and interviews. However, in recent years, the rise of social media and streaming services has made it much more difficult for the royal family to control its narrative.

The cancellation of the Netflix deal is a reminder that the royal family is no longer immune to the scrutiny of the media. As the couple continues to forge their own path outside of the royal family, they will need to find a way to manage their public image in a way that is both honest and respectful.