Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are given tips to fight back for public affection. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have lost multiple business deals this year due to lack of rich content, are told how to keep getting traction.
Entertainment expert Boardman suggests: “The success of Prince Harry’s documentary Heart of Invictus serves as a model for what we might expect in the future.”
Boardman added: “A return to social media, more openness, and reaching out to their close friends and families for the mess they have caused is what they both need to get right first if they are to make amends and win back public affection.”
He told Newsweek: “Looking ahead to 2024, one can anticipate a change in team working on better-thought-out projects that showcase a more relatable side to both Harry and Meghan, if they really want to make their lifestyle choice a permanent thing.
In other news – Emtee signs hip-hop DJ duo to his record label
Mthembeni Ndevu, professionally known as Emtee announces the addition of new artists to his record label. The rapper’s record label, which is named after him is growing as he has new signees.
Ndevu became independent and started the music company after his exit from Ambitiouz Entertainment a few years ago. Read more