Harry and Meghan’s Warning: A Reality Check After Heart of Invictus Misses the Mark

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, have recently been issued a stern warning as their latest venture, the Netflix documentary “Heart of Invictus,” failed to capture the hearts of royal fans.

The documentary, released on August 30, failed to secure a spot in Netflix’s Top 10 charts, according to a report by Mirror.

In the wake of this setback, a royal expert, Tom Bower, has cautioned that the couple’s success may be fleeting, particularly in the United States, where they have made their home.

Speaking to Daily Express US, Bower, the author of “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors,” emphasized that the popularity of the California-based royal couple might soon diminish.

He noted that while Meghan and Harry have established their brand, the critical question is how long they can sustain it.

Bower pointed out that the couple enjoyed a surge in success over the past few years, with lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify and the release of Prince Harry’s memoir in the pipeline.

These endeavors generated substantial wealth and publicity, giving them a unique niche in the entertainment industry.

However, Bower issued a sobering warning: “All this success is very transitory, especially in America.”

He explained that the fame and attention they receive are often short-lived, lasting for a day or two, but lacking lasting substance.

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