Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to release a Spotify podcast reflecting on their year in time for the festive season, a royal commentator has claimed.
Harry and Meghan signed up to a deal with streaming giants Spotify after departing from royal duties last year.
But with only one 'Holiday Special' podcast episode under their 'Archewell Audio' brand released last Christmas, fans have been expectantly waiting to hear more from the pair.
Instead, the Sussexes have pursued other ventures, including signing up as ‘impact partners’ with a sustainable investment firm.
But now, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that a new festive podcast release could be on the horizon.
“As we know Harry and Meghan got that mega deal from the streaming audio giants Spotify,” he began, speaking on his YouTube channel.
“So far we’ve seen nothing… but now we can tell you, allegedly, that Harry and Meghan are gearing up for a festive treat.
“Apparently they’re going to be giving their quiet reflection on their year in a brand new podcast.
“We’re not quite sure when this will drop, but apparently they’re going to be putting it out some time soon before Christmas.”
The ex-royals have not yet announced their plans for the festive period, with commentators unsure whether they will return to the UK to spend Christmas with the rest of the Royal Family.
The Queen is yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, after speculation that Meghan and Harry would return to the UK for a royal christening appeared not to come to fruition.
This is despite the Queen battling recent health scares to attend a joint christening for Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall’s sons, which Neil claimed represented “the biggest smackdown” for the Sussexes.
And with a number of projects to balance, Neil also recently suggested that Meghan and Harry might be approached by their employers Netflix, who he claimed may want to make a mini-series about the couple’s romance.
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