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Meghan and Harry dealing with ‘mass decline’ with ‘still a lot of problems’

The Sussexes are still set to deal with their "mass decline" in popularity with "still a lot of problems" swirling around the pair, a royal expert has claimed.

Claims over the decline come after Netflix apply further pressure for content from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle following their lucrative contract deal.

So far, the pair are yet to successfully produce any content for the platform, but their return to the UK and potential reunion with the Royal Family could be in-part due to the problems at home.

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An expert suggested that there are "still a lot of problems to be solved" for the pair, specifically when dealing with Spotify.

Expert Neil Sean said: "Over in the United States, there’s still a lot of problems to be solved. And I’ll explain the reasons why.

"It would appear that after sort of saying to Spotify, one of their major people who have invested in Harry and Meghan that they will be well releasing product very soon.

"Even though allegedly Spotify decided to speed things up by providing some producers to help them push the content along.

"How hard is it? If you don’t know what a podcast is – and let’s face it, not everybody does – it’s really simply a recording."

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Expert Sean continued: "Of course, the topics have to be interesting and universally appealing. Now that could be problematic.

"Now, there’s not just that of course because then if you look at the other bigger deal which is even more fascinating is the likes that Netflix have still yet to see any visible product.

"And they are truly battling mass decline in subscribers and more importantly, you know, people wanting to buy into their product."

Sean also claimed that the Sussexes would be bringing Netflix cameras with them on their return to the UK to make up for lost time over the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Daily Express reported.

The royal expert added: "They will be bringing over Netflix cameras over to the United Kingdom. And my suspicion is that they’re really trying to counteract the negative response that they received over here for the Platinum Jubilee".

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