PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly filming an "at home with the Sussexes"-style docuseries for Netflix as part of their multi-million pound mega-deal.

US reports claim the couple have welcomed cameras into their £11million Montecito mansion to film candid content, as the Kardashians did for their fly-on-the-wall show.

According to Page Six, the Sussexes have been working with production crews for several months now – despite Meghan's animated show Pearl being quietly dumped by the platform.

The streaming giant apparently plans to release the series at the end of the year to coincide with the publication of Harry's bombshell memoir.

However, sources suggest the Sussexes have asked for the alleged docuseries to hit the small screen next year instead.

The news comes exactly a fortnight before the Queen and working royals stand on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the Platinum Jubilee.

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Meghan and Harry will not join the family for the famous event, although they will attend the celebrations with their children.

The Sun exclusively revealed that the couple have been banned from bringing cameramen with them.

Crews are believed to have accompanied them on a trip to New York last year, when the Duke of Sussex was spotted with a microphone tucked into his clothing.

It's not yet clear if Netflix has been given the green light to film three-year-old Archie and 11-month-old Lilibet.

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However, just days ago, the couple said they are worried the youngsters will become “digital experiments” in a “world of hatred and harm” during an interview about online safety.

It suggests they may not allow their children to be filmed.

One insider described the plans for the docuseries as Netflix "getting its pound of flesh" from the Sussexes.

The couple have yet to release any real content, despite signing their $100m deal back in September 2020. 

Meanwhile, the royals are also bracing for Harry's bombshell memoir after the price secretly collaborated with Pulitzer-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer.

Harry is believed to have been working on the book privately for more than a year, and experts warn it could cause further upset for the family.

It's understood he could "go after" Charles and Camilla and deepen the rift with William.


Adding to the Sussexes' workload is their second Netflix series, which is currently in the works.

Documentary Heart of Invictus will follow Harry's work with the Invictus Games.

He and Meghan were joined by a camera crew during their recent trip to the Netherlands for the contest.

It is unclear whether they allowed the cameras to join them during their surprise trip to the UK ahead of the Games, when they paid an under-the-radar visit to the Queen.

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Netflix's customer base fell by 200,000 subscribers between January and March – and it is now projecting a loss of another two million during the April to June period. 

In part, it blames password sharing for the rise in cancelled accounts, and estimates around 10m households worldwide are watching its service for free.

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