Expert Says Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s New Way of Making Money is a “Deadly” Move.


Expert Says Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s New Way of Making Money is a “Deadly” Move.

In 2020, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will step down as senior royals. One of their motivations was the goal to be financially self-sufficient from the royal family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been seeking various methods to make money while living in California, as they promised. However, a public relations specialist believes their most recent action is “hazardous.”

In the United States, how have Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made money?

Meghan and Harry are able to work with major corporations to promote their business because of their celebrity.

They struck arrangements to generate content with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify, for example.

Meghan and Harry have also begun working with Penguin Random House, a publishing house. Meghan published The Bench, a children’s book, in June 2021.

In terms of Harry, he plans to publish a book in 2022.

Harry recently joined BetterUp, a mental health business, as the chief impact officer. According to reports, Harry may earn six figures in this capacity.

Meghan and Harry just joined an investment firm called Ethic as “impact partners.”

The program aims to assist investors in allocating funds to causes such as racial justice and climate change.

According to a New York Times interview, Meghan and Harry learned of Ethic through friends.

“My husband has been saying for years, ‘Don’t you wish there was a place where if your beliefs were matched like this, you could donate your money to the same sort of thing?” the Duchess of Sussex added.

Working with Ethic, according to an analyst, is a ‘deadly’ move for the Sussexes.

People are ‘Fed Up’ with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry complaining from their $14-Million Mansion, according to a critic. Meghan and Harry’s collaboration with Ethic has been criticized.

The Sussexes’ brand, according to Eric Schiffer, head of Reputation Management Consultants, might be diluted if they don’t pick their partners properly.

Schiffer told Newsweek, “This is another brilliant strategy to spread their brand in ways that coincide with the preferences of Gen Z and younger Millennials.” “However, it’s problematic in many respects because it’s bordering on a department store mindset, where they’re searching for every potential extension of how they can apply and monetize,” she says. It’s also not a good look if people think Meghan and Harry are becoming “too commercial,” according to Schiffer. This may result in… Brinkwire Entertainment breaking news.


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