Harry and Meghan Call Off Royal-Bashing Amid Backlash

Harry and Meghan, known for their frequent criticisms, have decided to cease producing revealing Netflix shows, a move that is sure to bring relief to many.

After a span of 1,241 days following their infamous “Megxit” in January 2020, they have also chosen to halt the creation of any additional complaint-filled memoirs.

Instead, the self-reflective Sussexes will only be involved behind the scenes of Netflix productions.

Their considerable choice to stop both TV and book criticisms should provide some respite to the Royal Family from further discomfort.

The duo has consistently been critical of King Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate since they left The Firm and relocated to California.

However, 41 months later, their striking shift in direction should terminate any additional harmful commentary and disclosures about the events leading up to Megxit.

Sources suggest that this is due to a lack of content, much to the satisfaction of worldwide audiences who’ve grown tired of their grievances.

An insider revealed to The Sun: “That period of their life is over — as there is nothing left to say.”

Their intense critique of the royals during their March 2021 interview with their friend Oprah Winfrey resulted in a poorly received Netflix series named “Harry & Meghan”.

This also resulted in them being mocked on the satirical cartoon, South Park.

Harry faced additional backlash after the publication of his brutally candid memoir, “Spare”, in January.

The couple has recently been criticized for their claims about a “near catastrophic” car chase with paparazzi in New York, which was later minimized by both witnesses and the police.

Meghan, 41, has lately signed with the Hollywood talent agency WME, indicating her intent to explore a new career path.

The highly experienced agency likely recommended against sharing every moment of her and Harry’s lives with the public.

An insider revealed last year that the Netflix and memoir period was their “era of visibility”, and they hoped 2023 would be their “year of reconciliation” with the Royal Family.

They have maintained a respectful silence towards the Queen for this reason.

Rumours suggest that the couple’s interests are diverging, with Harry preparing for the Invictus Games in Germany in four months.

According to society journalist Petronella Wyatt, Meghan is frequently seen in LA without her husband.

She noted: “Friends of mine who live near them are always bumping into Meghan at parties these days. She tends to leave Harry at home.”

Hollywood broadcaster Tim Dillon shared: “All they want to do is hang out with celebrities.

“I was at a party the other night talking to somebody about these people and it’s just constant with them.”

“She (Meghan) was texting the person I was with there. The point is they just won’t stop these two.”

“They’re like low-grade reality stars trying to attach to anything.”

“I’m literally at the party and they are showing me texts of this woman begging people to like ‘hang out’, she is trying to get places.”

“It’s sad. A lot of it isn’t working, and they are rolling their eyes at me, LOL, and we are having a good laugh about this.”

“I respect the hustle I get what they are trying to do.”

“A lot of people at this party were like we text her back, she’s a duchess, but we’ve had enough.”

It is reported that Harry will be returning to Britain next week to testify against Mirror Group Newspapers.