Harry and Meghan have to talk about more private moments to keep royal brand

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have trapped themselves in a cycle of having to reveal more and more about their private lives in order to “remind” fans that they’re members of the Royal Family, claims royal expert Emily Andrews.

Speaking on the Channel 5 documentary Meghan at 40: The Climb to Power, Ms Andrews explained that the couple need to constantly find new things to say to maintain their public profile.

She said: "Because of the royal brand they can get all these multimillion dollar deals but the problem with that is they have to keep reminding everyone that they're royal and to do so that involves giving more and more away.

"They have to talk about more private moments."

The couple’s openness echoes the moment when Harry’s mother Princess Diana's gave her own tell-all chat on the BBC's Panorama in 1995, where she revealed the inside story of the breakdown of her marriage to Prince Charles.

Royal historian Ed Owens told the Mirror that Harry and Meghan now have a complicated relationship with the media.

While they have claimed to want privacy while in the UK, he argues, they've "performed a u-turn now they're stateside".

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"Harry and Meghan have consistently argued that they don't have sufficient privacy, that their lives are difficult and burdensome because of the glare of the media," he said.

"Then they go to the US and this narrative continues until they suddenly open up about everything by agreeing to an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

"Suddenly this idea of privacy goes completely out of the window.

"Instead, they are opening up very publicly knowing that millions of people are going to see and get a glimpse of the inside story behind the separation of Harry and Meghan and the house of Windsor."

The Duke of Sussex announced he was working on a new memoir earlier this month, sending shockwaves through the Royal Family.

Harry has teamed up with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer and has already finished the first draft, Page Six reported.

While the specifics are not yet clear, the book is expected to cover Harry’s life from his turbulent childhood up to the present day.

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