It will focus on the Invictus Games, which provides opportunities for sick and injured military personnel to participate in sports competitions.
Netflix’s first Meghan Markle and Prince Harry series will focus on Invictus Games, which provides the opportunity for sick and injured military personnel to participate in sports competitions.
Archewell Productions from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced its first series for streaming services on Tuesday. The multi-episode TV documentary series, entitled “The Heart of Invictus”, was produced in collaboration with the Juegos Invictus Foundation, which is the prince’s sponsor.
Enrique will appear on the camera and will also serve as the executive producer.
The producer said in a statement that the series of films “will follow extraordinary competitors from all over the world. All people participating in the 2020 The Hague Games will be injured or ill in changing their lives.” Occurs in 2022.”
This is the latest news in a series of events for the couple, who signed an agreement to create content for Netflix and podcasts for Spotify. Prince Henry also joined the corporate world as the head of BetterUp Inc., a mental health and employee training company. After resigning from the British royal family, the couple now live in California.