Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made waves when they announced their decision to step back from being senior royals of the British royal family. But the move hasn’t dimmed their popularity one bit as even the streaming giant Netflix has expressed interest in working with the Sussexes.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be giving up their HRH titles after negotiations between the Sussexes and the Royal Family concluded on January 18, 2020, Daily Mail reported. The couple will now be referred to as Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

Aside from a certain loss of prestige with the removal of their HRH titles, there are a few perks to Harry and Meghan’s exit as senior royals. It also means more freedom and autonomy to run their lives as they see fit including the freedom to enter lucrative contracts with Netflix.

In fact, that’s just what Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos wants. During a Los Angeles speaking engagement, Sarados confirmed that the company is interested to have Harry and Meghan onboard for a couple of projects.

“Who wouldn't be interested? Yes, sure,” the Netflix CEO said.

If a Netflix deal with the Sussexes pushes through, they would be following the steps of former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle who entered into a production deal with the company for films and TV shows. In fact, there were rumors floating around that the Obamas might be advising Meghan and Harry on how to make the transition to a private lifestyle but the rumors were denied by both parties.

Interestingly, Mail retrieved a video taken last July of 2019 when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the London premiere of “The Lion King.” In the video, the Duke of Sussex can be seen talking to Disney boss Bob Iger and his wife, director Jon Favreau, Beyonce, and her rap star husband Jay-Z, where Harry seems to be jokingly pitching for work.

“If anyone needs any extra voiceover work…” Harry started telling director Favreau but Meghan quickly joked. “That's really why we're here – it's the pitch!” the Duchess said.

“Oh really?” Iger was surprised. “I did not know that. We’d love to try.”

Lion King voiceover role aside, fans are already excited at the possibility that Meghan Markle might be hired by Netflix to play a role in “The Crown.” What’s even more exciting is that she can even play as herself.

“She has acting skills,” one fan commented on social media. “She could audition for the next series of ‘The Crown’ on Netflix, playing the role of Meghan Markle.”

Another fan projects that Meghan Markle might appear in either the fifth or the sixth season of the hit show. “Can’t wait for all of this to be depicted in The Crown - this has got to mean a series 5 or 6 is going to happen! Wonder is Meghan will play herself,” another commented on social media.