NETFLIX has taken a big interest in working with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry following Megxit.
One of the major benefits of leaving their royal roles for the now Duke and Duchess of Sussex is that they are free to capitalise on their fame like any other public figure.
Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos has said he is keen to negotiate something a little less difficult for the former Royals once the current storm blows over.
Speaking at an event in Los Angeles and asked about Harry and Meghan, he replied: 'Who wouldn't be interested? Yes, sure.'
This comes when Prince Harry was caught touting his wife at the premiere of The Lion King to Disney boss Bob Iger and director Jon Favreau last July.
A new production deal with Netflix is likely to take a similar format to that agreed with the Obama family which involved various film and TV projects.
Technically they could even play themselves in future episodes of The Queen.
Sarandos' announcement comes after new footage showed Meghan joking that she Harry attended the premiere of The Lion King in London to 'pitch' for work last July.
Prince Harry was heard touting his wife's voiceover skills to Disney boss Bob Iger at the event.
'WHO WOULDN'T BE INTERESTED?'
The exchange happened just months before Meghan was hired by the entertainment giant to work on a Disney project in exchange for a donation to the charity Elephants Without Borders.
During her royal duties, Meghan has retained her Hollywood team of agents and publicists and is reportedly already in discussions about future showbusiness projects.
Prince Harry had already signed a deal for a six-part series on Apple TV+ which he is producing with Oprah Winfrey and which focuses on mental health.
The potential Netflix deal will be a big help to the Sussexes as they agreed yesterday to no longer be able to capitalise on the HRH brand or receive public funds.