Harry and Meghan
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are claimed to be planning their media domination after registering new entertainment businesses. The couple "want to earn loads more money," a leading royal commentator stated.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex filed 11 companies in tax haven Delaware, seven of which are said to be linked to showbiz ventures. Meeting high-profile personalities such as Pharrell Williams and James Corden gathered an intriguing attention for the couple's plans as they are trying to start a brand new life since stepping down from their duties in the British Royal Family.

They closed a multi-million-dollar deal to produce content for Netflix and Spotify in 2020. The couple had promised a full-scale Spotify launch in 2021 after landing a reported $30 million contract deal. However, they have produced only one 35-minute podcast episode since then. The couple uses Archewell Productions' name for their Netflix and Spotify deals.

After working with Harry for an authorized biography, Angela Levin believed that the couple might be planning a talk show. "This all seems to be a big turnaround from their philanthropic and non-profit work to just pure entertainment," she told The Sun. "It suggests they want to earn loads more money."

However, she warned any move into entertainment may prove challenging for the couple. "I'm surprised they're not dizzy. Every week they want to do something different," she said. "Last week it was politics, this week it's entertainment, the week before last it was making documentaries, before that it was a book. It's just chop-change."

According to The Telegraph, two more businesses were registered on the same date by the lawyer who represented Meghan since her acting days. They have also started two publishing companies; Peca has the rights to Meghan's children's book "The Bench," and Orinoco Publishing, will reportedly publish Harry's upcoming memoir.

The Duke of Sussex has recently garnered attention for launching legal action against the UK government due to their decision to remove his police security after stepping down from his royal duties. The Home Office denied Harry and Meghan's demand for police protection when visiting the country.

Meawhile, a source told Daily Mail, "Being removed, by parliament no less, as a Counsellor of State would really be the nail in Harry's coffin of his former life as a frontline member of the royal family."

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Andrew
(L-R) Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, are seated as they attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 11, 2019. - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been the Head of the Commonwealth throughout her reign. Organized by the Royal Commonwealth Society, the Service is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom. Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

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