Meghan Markle and Harry increase the empire: new millionaire contract. But they are harshly criticized: "They are tacky and royalty for rent"
Meghan Markle and Harry expand their empire and sign a £ 30 million deal worth approximately € 33,252,562 to produce podcasts with Spotify. According to experts, their economic enterprise could reach the value of 1 billion dollars.
If the decision to leave the Royal Family was dictated by the need to obtain their independence, including economic ones, the Sussexes have definitely achieved their purpose.
Harry and Meghan will produce and release their shows as a business of their firm, Archewell, starting with "a holiday special" that is supposed to spread lightheartedness and give users relief. Spotify has not made public the figures of the deal with the Sussexes, but the company signed a $ 100 million deal with American comedian Joe Rogan last May. The Mirror claimed Harry and Meghan would be paid £ 30m, other sources say £ 20m.
A source in the Mirror revealed that the contract signed by the couple is multi-year worth more than 30 million euros with the aim of extending the agreement in the coming months.
"Meghan was the driving force behind the deal. He was incredible in his meetings with executives and had a clear vision of what they had to offer as a couple, ”says the insider who goes on to say that Spotify plans to recruit celebrities and Harry and Meghan perfectly match the company's needs. Before them the Obamas tried their hand at the enterprise.
Million plus million less, Lady Markle's entrepreneurial spirit is paying off. Suffice it to say that last summer they signed a contract with Netflix for 100 million and have just launched the $ 28 a pack of super oat milk on the market, with an exceptional testimonial like Oprah Winfrey.
The sale of these products has attracted a lot of criticism on Meghan and Harry. Real affairs expert Andrew Pierce, speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain, called Sussex behavior "tacky" to the point that it could influence the review of the Megxit. "It's in bad taste, they look like royalty for rent", says the expert who criticizes their choice of advertising on TV.