Experts have just referenced Prince Harry’s current dynamic with his past mistakes, and the urgent need to ‘pay’ for it all.
Claims like this have been brought to light by royal commentator Daniela Elser.
She weighed in on everything during one of her pieces for News.com.au.
In this piece she touched upon the blurred lines Prince Harry and Meghan Markle supported, following their exit from the Firm.
In reference to this Ms Elser believes, “In hindsight, the argument can be made that their Netflix-a-thon and Spare blurred the boundaries in the public imagination about what was, and wasn’t, off-limits.”
While she does clarify, “I’m not saying for a second that this is fine and dandy or that in doing the TV series the Sussexes automatically relinquished their future right to privacy.”
Because, “it is unimpeachably the Sussexes’ choice what they reveal of themselves and how and where they do it.”
Yet, at the same time, “the question now is, are we now seeing one of the unintended consequences of those lucrative content deals playing out?”
“The only really good thing that can be said: At least it’s been a cracking week for the Canouan tourist board.”