Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped down from their working royal duties in March 2020, citing a desire for financial independence and more privacy for their family. However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have drawn criticism for a series of highly publicised interviews in which they lamented their experience as part of the Royal Family. True Royalty TV co-founder Nick Bullen said the couple’s conduct could ultimately lead them “into obscurity” as he noted some similarities between Harry and Meghan, and another rogue royal couple.
Discussing an upcoming documentary to be released on the channel, Mr Bullen told Fox News: “The big lesson viewers will learn from this documentary is how the Duke and Duchess of Windsor sort of faded into obscurity and became bit players on the world stage.
“They were slightly awkward guests at dinner parties in New York.
“It raises the question, how long will Harry and Meghan Markle’s value stay at such a high level?
“I think this documentary is a window to a story that has happened before and what could occur again.”
Mr Bullen also discussed the other similarities between the two Dukes, and appeared to suggest Prince Harry could learn from a mistake Edward VIII made in restoring bridges with the Royal Family after his abdication.
He continued: “It’s fascinating when you draw the parallels between the two.
“Both of them married divorced American…