Heart of Invictus official trailer
Prince Harry must “rediscover his former character pre-Meghan Markle that the public expect to see” with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex urged to “find a new image with a distinct identity”.
The couple saw their popularity plunge in polls following their Netflix documentary and the release of Harry’s tell-all memoir, Spare in which they made several claims against the Royal Family.
The documentary broke viewership records for the online streaming giant but was still ignored in the nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards.
Harry and Meghan’s deal with Spotify has also been mutually ended. Humiliation followed when a top executive from the company furiously branded them “grifters”.
The Sussexes are now thought to be on different career paths, and one entertainment expert with 20 years’ of industry experience has urged Harry in particular to make the most of this.
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He told Daily Express US: “In light of their evolving roles Meghan Markle and Prince Harry need to make their own chapter now and either find a new image with a distinct identity or rediscover his former character pre-Meghan that the public expect to see.
“As Meghan embarks on rekindling her media career the actress will be planning new philanthropic endeavors and will no doubt relaunch her media career stateside – despite creator and writer Aaron Korsh ruling out a ‘Suits’ reboot despite record ratings.
Harry will be looking forward to the release of his own documentary series Heart of Invictus, which he has executively produced.
The five-part series, which will hit Netflix on Wednesday, follows six people competing in the 2022 Invictus Games, a global event founded by the Duke of Sussex in 2014 that helps wounded service members heal through sports.
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Last week, a short teaser trailer for Heart of Invictus was released, which begins with Harry’s speech at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in the Hague, Netherlands in April 2022.
He says: “If your goal was to make your country proud, you’ve done it. If your goal was to make your family proud, you’ve done it.
“You are people of substance, of resilience, of strength – you have the Heart of Invictus.”
Boardman has been encouraged by Harry in that trailer, believing it shows he is speaking more like his “former self” and offers clues of a “planned return to his earlier public persona”.
But the entertainment expert also warned the success of Heart of Invictus is “paramount” for the prince and his lucrative relationship with Netflix, and also holds “immense significance” for him.
He said: “The Netflix documentary trailer saw Harry speak more like his ‘former self’ in the teaser for the upcoming series, suggesting a planned return to his earlier public persona.
But Boardman added: “The success of Heart of Invictus for Harry is paramount for him and his relationship with Netflix.
“It holds immense significance for Prince Harry, not only in terms of personal accomplishment but also in shaping his relationship with the streaming platform.”
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