Prince Harry and Meghan to delay Netflix show until 2023 after Queens death

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to be intending to delay the release of their new Netflix series.

The couple reportedly want to edit their docuseries and delay the release until next year after the Queen's death, with an insider claiming the late monarch is the reason behind the delay.

The Netflix series was originally slated to be released at the end of this year.

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The husband and wife signed a multi-million-pound deal with the streaming service in 2020.

However, is it now heard that they want to make some major changes to the show after Her Majesty’s death.

Now, after making amends with the royal family during their shared bereavement, the Sussexes will now be making edits to the show the royals in a brighter light.

One Hollywood source told Page Six: “A lot of conversations are happening. I hear that Harry and Meghan want the series to be held until next year, they want to stall.

“I wonder if the show could even be dead in the water at this point, do Harry and Meghan just want to shelve this thing?”

A Netflix insider also revealed: “Netflix has been keen to have the show ready to stream for December.

“There’s a lot of pressure on (Netflix CEO) Ted Sarandos, who has the relationship with Harry and Meghan, to get this show finished.”

This comes after Changing Rooms star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen opened up about his thoughts on Meghan Markle.

The interior design icon has argued that the royal family have been "going out of their way" lately to include her.

Laurence told the Daily Star: "I think it's difficult for someone like her to get the balance right but the big thing we can all see happening is that the rest of the royal family are going out of their way to make her feel like she does feel part of what's going on and feel very cherished.

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"They've made a real point about that and when you look back at all the to-ing and fro-ing it was all conjecture. We don't know at all, we don't know the conversations being had or what was being said we don know whether people were making her feel welcome or not.

"But to me, it looks very much as if she's always been welcome. In-laws are never easy, my goodness, but royal in-laws, wow, that's complicated."

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