Page Six reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a videographer following them on their brisk trip through New York City, with the footage potentially used in a “rumored Netflix documentary about their lives”.
Vanity Fair added that while such a project is uncertain, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a deal with Netflix last year to produce various programmes.
Page Six said one of the first projects the pair were supposed to discuss with Netflix executives before signing a multi-million dollar deal with the streaming service in September 2020, was making a documentary about their lives.
So, perhaps for this personal documentary, the videographer reportedly accompanied the couple to various locations around town.
The New York trip was their first high-profile trip since Meghan gave birth to their second child, Lilipet Diana, in June. The main purpose of the trip was to join the All-Star squad for Global Citizen Live. The 24-hour event was broadcast live from Central Park on Saturday, with the goal of promoting equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Page Six said the videographer was first seen with the couple on Thursday, posing in front of them as they arrived on a tour in commemoration of 9/11.
Meghan raised some eyebrows in critical British tabloids by donning a chic but heavy-duty Giorgio Armani coat in humid 80-degree weather. Page Six indicated that these other coats or jackets that Meghan wore during her New York appearance would have allowed her to hide any microphones.
Although Harry and Meghan are no longer working members of the royal family, they enjoyed a state visit-like meeting with New York Governor Cathy Hochhol and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at the One World Trade Center, the major skyscraper reconstructed in the World Trade Center In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. Sussex was joined by New York officials at the One World Observatory on floors 100 to 102.
“It’s great to be back,” Megan told reporters during the visit.
Page Six reported that Harry appeared to be wearing a microphone on Friday, during his visit with Meghan to the popular Harlem Soul food restaurant Melba. While there, the couple gave $25,000 to the restaurant staff relief fund, and Harry ate chicken and waffles for the first time. A source said, according to Vanity Fair, that he “noted it was delicious.”
Six’s page reported that Harry also had a wire around his neck, which was then seen tucked into his sporty pocket while hugging restaurateur Melba Wilson.
The couple had earlier visited a public elementary school in Harlem to meet with students and discuss healthy eating in the community, Elle reported. Elle added that Meghan, who wore a raspberry-red trouser suit by Loro Piana to school, also did a reading from her bestselling children’s book, “The Bench.”
Sources who know the Sussex have told Page Six that they have also collected footage of their Archewell Foundation archive.
“Aside from filming, Harry and Meghan’s trip to New York appears to have been a fruitful one,” Vanity Fair told Vanity Fair.
Wearing a black skirt and Max Mara camel coat, Meghan visited the United Nations to meet with US Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield to discuss racial justice, mental health awareness and the COVID-19 pandemic, Elle reported. Next, I headed to the offices of the World Health Organization to speak with Chelsea Clinton and world leaders, experts, and activists about equality in vaccines.