Harry and Meghan’s ‘exiled version of William and Kate’ behind the 2023 disaster


The authenticity of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been questioned by experts after a failed strategy in 2023

The authenticity of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been questioned by experts after a failed strategy in 2023

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s use of the “victim card” in 2023 has been blamed for their failed deals with Hollywood.

After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex lost their deals with Spotify and Netflix, followed by their failure to win the UK security case, they were branded “Hollywood’s biggest losers” by The Hollywood Reporter.

PR expert Charlene Sweeney has shared some advice for the Sussexes ahead of 2024. Speaking to US Daily Expressnoted: “It was a pretty miserable 2023 for the Sussexes. The publication of Prince Harry’s memoir ‘Spare’ laid bare the extent of the couple’s rift with the Royal Family, exacerbating the chasm in the process.”

“Their podcast flopped, Prince Harry attended the king’s coronation alone, their campaign for greater police protection in the UK failed, they were evicted from Frogmore Cottage and Omid Scobie’s ‘misprint’ reignited their row over racism against Archie. An annus horribilis on no one’s account,” he added.

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Sweeney then noted that even after a series of failed efforts, there are “green shoots of recovery” for them. He highlighted the success of the Invictus Games and its sincere approach to philanthropy.

Sweeney advised: “As they consider their next steps, they should enjoy the relative euphoria that follows their victories: playing the victim card didn’t endear them to anyone. The best thing Harry and Meghan can do is be Harry and Meghan and not a exiled”. William and Kate version.”

“Harry and Meghan are not afraid to fight, as they have proven time and time again, and I wouldn’t put it past them to stage the mother of comebacks. The PR experts who have dismissed them might still be surprised. If there is one thing that the public loves, he is an underdog, and if there is something better than an underdog, there are two,” he emphasized.

During a cost of living crisis, rising energy costs and the looming threat of recession, Sweeney argued that “the Sussexes’ soap opera antics provide a welcome escape”.

Sweeney says: “After the first big monetary deal is signed, the floodgates will open, whether Buckingham Palace’s spinning machine likes it or not.”

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