Meghan and Harry could make ‘big bucks’ by ‘contradicting mantra’ on children

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could feature their children more frequently in interviews in order to expand their business portfolio, a royal commentator has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have kept details of their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, relatively secret since starting their new lives in LA.

Pictures of the children have been carefully restricted by the couple, with the first public photo of Lilibet released shortly after her first birthday.

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But, after Harry and Meghan have slowly begun to offer information about their children’s lives in interviews, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that the ex-royals may begin to incorporate the infants into their celebrity brand more frequently.

“The brand new team that are advising Harry and Meghan are suggesting that they have to reveal more and more of themselves,” he claimed, speaking on his YouTube channel.

As an example, Neil cited Meghan’s recent interview with Variety magazine, where she revealed Archie’s favourite TV show.

And, the royal commentator suggested that similar insights about the couple’s family life are likely to become increasingly common.

“You see how the children are slowly creeping in,” he observed. “They’ve been advised to be warmer.

“But it’s not just that, the Sussexes are looking at a way of doing an at-home spread for the right cash.

“Basically this would all be about their easy and loving home life, how they manage to keep their careers going as two busy people with two young children.”

And, with the couple continuously expanding their portfolio of business interests since quitting royal life, Neil suggested that this could be a lucrative decision for the Duke and Duchess.

“This could prove to be very big bucks for Harry and Meghan, but it really does contradict their mantra about wanting a private life,” he added.

“As ever, what you find in showbiz is, once you open that can of worms, you have to keep on giving.”

This comes after it was announced that Harry’s much-anticipated memoir will finally be released on January 10th next year and will be titled ‘Spare’.

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