Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filming At home with the Sussexes Netflix show

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly filming an At Home With The Sussexes docuseries for Netflix.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have been filming at their $14million mansion in Montecito, California, for the series, that is set to be part of their mega £112million deal with the streaming giant.

It has been added that the royals, who are celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary today, were joined by their camera crew when they went to New York last September and Netherlands last month for the Invictus Games.

The camera crew have also been given access to their stunning mansion, according to Page Six – however, it is unclear whether their adorable children Archie, three, and 11-month-old Lilibet will star in the show.


Hollywood insiders are said to be excited about the upcoming show, with Netflix bosses hoping to launch it by the end of the year alongside the release of Harry's memoir.

However, it has been claimed that the Sussex team would rather it air next year.

"The timing is still being discussed, things are up in the air," a producer told the publication.

OK! has contacted a representative for Netflix and Archewell Productions for comment.

In 2020, Meghan and Harry signed a multi-year deal with Netflix for various series, including documentaries, features and children's programmes.

Netflix is also set to host Harry's show Heart of Invictus, which will document last month's extraordinary games that featured competitors from across the globe.

And now, with the "At home with the Sussexes docuseries", a Hollywood insider told Page Six that Netflix "is getting its pound of flesh."

However, while they have a lot of great projects lined up with Netflix, the streaming service was forced to Meghan's upcoming series, Pearl as part of recent cuts.

Meghan and Harry also struck a deal with Spotify in December 2020, less than a year after stepping away from their royal duties and the Duchess is expected to launch her podcast Archetypes this summer.

The Duchess of Sussex will be chatting with women and experts from various backgrounds to discuss the stereotypes and labels holding women back in society.

On the personal front, Harry and Meghan are more loved-up than ever, exactly four years on from their wedding.

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