A royal expert says that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are invested in creating a positive image ahead of the release of Heart of Invictus.
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PRINCE HARY AND MEGHAN TO ‘AVOID DRAMA’ AHEAD OF NETFLIX SERIES
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking forward to the release of their new Netflix series titled Heart of Invictus which releases on 30 August.
Ahead of the release, the couple are said to be entering a new chapter in their lives, according to The Mirror. So, the pair are reportedly avoiding drama to ensure that their new show is positively received by viewers.
“Harry and Meghan are in a new chapter of their lives, distancing themselves from their former roles as senior members of the royal family,” said royal expert Kieran Elsby.T
“Their professional pursuits have expanded to encompass a diverse array of initiatives, whilst some have worked, many have not,” continued the royal expert.
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WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT ‘HEART OF INVICTUS’
Heart of Invictus is a documentary which follows international competitors at the Invictus Games. The Invictus Games was founded by Prince Harry back in 2014 to aids wounded and injured servicemen and women. The documentary will be in form of a five-part series from Archewell Productions and director Orlando von Einsiedel (Virunga).
Prince Harry is the executive producer. The docuseries follows the story follows six individuals on their healing journeys as they compete in the 2022 Invictus Games.
“The games don’t focus on what causes the injury,” Prince Harry said in the trailer. “But really about recovery, and how to be a part of a community again.”
TAKE A LOOK AT THE TRAILER HERE
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