MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry will be under "pressure" to not look like "spoiled elites" in their new Netflix show, an expert has claimed.
The £112 deal will lead to "problematic pressure" for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, brand and reputation management expert Eric Schiffer told Daily Star Online.
He said: "The multi-million dollar deal comes with problematic pressure for Meghan and Harry's brand to produce results to prevent looking like spoiled elites not up for the challenge."
The couple announced their deal with streaming giant Netflix back in September – and the fly-on-the-wall series is set to be their biggest money maker since stepping down as senior royals earlier this year.
Harry and Meghan are following in the footsteps of former US President Barack Obama and wife Michelle, who brokered a deal with Netflix in 2018.
That same year, Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes left her position at ABC to join Netflix.
Eric added: "The deal makes Meghan and Harry celebrities in Hollywood the same way Netflix partner deals have with the Obamas and Shonda Rhimes.
"This epic-scale deal got Meghan and Harry what they could not have done without each other – they achieved the holy grail of celebrity elitism in Hollywood."
The Sun previously revealed how Meghan and Harry had agreed to open their home for a reality show – despite previously moaning about their lack of privacy.
But Eric warned this could "decimate any semblance of the couple’s sophistication that has dwindled since they left Buckingham Palace."
Yesterday, we reported Prince Harry is the Queen’s ‘prodigal son’ who she will ‘forgive but not forget’ for Megxit, an expert has claimed.
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