HARRY and Meghan are plotting more Netflix series – but not about themselves this time.
The Sussexes plan to make “fun” flicks that will include romcoms, feelgood and light-hearted programmes.
Harry and Meghan are plotting to make ‘fun’ content like romcoms, an insider says
All will have a “heavy focus on fictional scripted content”, an insider told The Daily Telegraph.
A pal of the California-based duo added: “They’ve had enough of being in the spotlight for now.”
The pair will become executive producers on the shows as they continue with their multi-year £88million Netflix deal.
It is not known when Harry and Meghan’s new “fun” content is due to air or what it will be.
But Heart of Invictus, a series following competitors as they prepare for Harry’s Invictus Games, will hit Netflix this summer.
It follows a turbulent year for the pair that saw the release of their explosive ‘Harry and Meghan’ docu-series.
The Sussexes launched relentless salvos at the Royal Family in six-partner, blasting the “hierarchy” and accusing them of treating women badly.
They even passed off Katie Price footage as proof the couple were “hounded” by the media.
And one scene saw Meghan exaggerate a curtsy to poke fun at the royals — and compare their traditions to a tacky US medieval restaurant chain.
Describing meeting The Queen, she stoops absurdly low as Harry looks on.
The documentary was the first Netflix hit for the pair, after Meghan’s animation series Pearl, which she worked on with David Furnish, was canned last May.
Then on January 10, Harry released memoir Spare, becoming one of the fastest selling books ever.
Bombshell revelations included Harry’s virginity story and the boast that he gunned down 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.
Meghan has also released several episodes of her Spotify podcast Archetypes.
Guests in the ten episodes have included tennis legend Serena Williams and Canada’s First Lady Sophie Trudeau.