Page Six has learned that the Prince of Wales planned to travel to Africa on his own for a new Netflix documentary. The rebellious royal is reportedly developing a new documentary despite concerns over the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s $100 million Netflix arrangement. The Sussexes are under intense pressure to produce successful content for Netflix following the collapse of their partnership with Spotify.
Any trip Harry takes to Africa will be compared to the one his mother, Princess Diana, took before her untimely death to raise awareness about the dangers of landmines. The subject of the documentary has not yet been determined. We are informed, however, that the prince is currently unable to press on with his plans due to the present Hollywood writers’ strike. One insider added, “Obviously, Harry has a lot of roots in Africa and he feels at home there,” and another revealed that this was one of several concepts the royal had been talking with Netflix.
Harry and Markle co-starred in the first and only Netflix documentary they’ve done together, “Meghan & Harry,” which aired last year. Before that, he was featured in “The Me You Can’t See,” a documentary for Apple TV about hidden mental health issues, but without his wife. Harry, now 38, has always been fascinated by Africa, and on one of their first dates he brought Markle, then 41, camping in the continent.