Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly filming a Netflix documentary based on their post-royal lives, and they’re doing it before our very eyes.
Per Page Six, the Duke and Duchess spent their activity-filled weekend in NYC taping some content for the documentary, even going so far as to bring their own videographer with them as they attended various engagements.
The publication also confirmed the pair brought a photographer along with them. Images revealed Harry sporting a mini-mic as he and Meghan visited an eatery in Harlem on Friday.
It comes after the Duke and Duchess announced last September that they signed a multi-year deal with the streaming giant Netflix, rumoured to come with a multi-million dollar price tag.
Included in this was a rumoured documentary about their lives, presumably covering the work they are doing in the United States after they stepped back from their senior royal roles and resettled in California early last year.
The pair’s trip to New York certainly wasn’t short on content. On their first day (Thursday), they visited a 9/11 memorial and attended a meeting at the UN headquarters.
On Friday, they visited a public school and enjoyed a soul food lunch at Melba’s in Harlem.
On Saturday, they attended the main event of their trip—the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park where they joined a slew of other celebrities in encouraging vaccine equality for all countries.