Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly hired an Oscar-nominated director who will helm their rumored Netflix docuseries.
Liz Garbus will now work on the series as part of their $100 million contract with the streaming service, claims Page Six. The couple has reportedly been working on it for more than a year.
Liz contributed to The Handmaid’s Tale’s fourth season and received an Emmy nomination in 2021. Prior to its cancellation earlier in 2022, she was also scheduled to work on the planned animation Pearl for Meghan Markle and David Furnish.
Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, are working with Netflix to create children’s programming, scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, and features.
Camera crews were pictured with the couple in September 2021 as they attended a number of events in addition to the Global Citizen Live event. Archewell has never officially confirmed the reality series, though.
The two were seen entering Oprah Winfrey’s 70-acre estate earlier on Saturday with a woman who is thought to be their friend, the actress Janina Gavankar.
The group reportedly spent an hour at Oprah’s estate after traveling there in a convoy of cars, including a Range Rover carrying personal security, five minutes from their own home in Montecito.
According to photos obtained by Mail Online, Harry was driving the leading vehicle while Meghan chatted with her husband and a friend in the front seat from the backseat.
The couple is reportedly preparing for another interview with TV legend Oprah as a result of the visit, according to reports.
The two discussed their lives in Montecito, the challenges they allegedly faced as senior royals, and their impending pregnancy during their initial two-hour conversation in 2021; the two are now parents to daughter Lilibet, who turned one at the end of June, and son Archie, who is three.
There were several shocking revelations, including Meghan’s claim that Kate Middleton made her cry before her wedding to Harry and alleged royal family members’ worries about son Archie’s skin tone.