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While Buckingham was notified of the negotiations between Meghan Markle and Spotify, they were not informed of the settlement amount. A detail that shows how the Duchess of Sussex was able to emancipate herself from the British royal family.

Meghan Markle has indeed taken off. By leaving her royal duties, the wife of Prince Harry was also aiming for financial independence. The wager was successful. The Duchess of Sussex has signed a 33 million euro contract with the streaming platform Spotify, for the series of podcasts she wants to launch with her husband, produced by their company Archewell Audio. Buckingham Palace was well aware of the project, but had “no knowledge” of the sum involved.

The 39-year-old former actress “was the driving force behind the deal”. She was incredible in meetings with the leaders and had a clear vision of what they have to offer as a couple,” he added. The Sussex couple can only rejoice in this new deal. Indeed, “Spotify‘s entire business plan is to acquire the most talked-about celebrities in the world (…) and Harry and Meghan are doing a perfect fit. It’s a win-win scenario.

They didn’t want to get stuck in one place

If Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s desire for emancipation had the effect of a bomb within the British Royal Family, more than eight months ago, lovebirds had been thinking about it for a long time. At least that’s what journalist Katie Nicholl revealed in the Honey Nine columns last May.

“I was told from the very beginning of their marriage that they had told a friend of Harry’s that they wanted to be international royalty and that this was going to be their goal,” she said. Archie Harrison’s parents had been considering it since their wedding on Saturday, May 19, 2018. “They had an agenda from the beginning…they didn’t want to get stuck in one place. Part of their vision is to make a difference on the world stage and that means being international,” said Harry and Meghan’s author.

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