Meghan Markle is going to make fresh steps in her career, re-entering Hollywood, relaunching her lifestyle vlog, and so on. Her fresh venture to start a podcast had happened early this year but came to an end soon as the deal collapsed due to inconsistency. However, The Duchess is not ready to let go of her passion, she is going to return with a podcast.
Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry had put out all they wanted to tell the world through different media. Through Netflix, the couple shared their saga of why they had to give up their royal titles. Prince Harry, on the other hand, wrote a memoir ‘Spare’ to let out his emotions. Though Meghan had her podcast ‘Archetypes’ on Spotify, it was toned down due to inconsistency.
Meghan Markle To Relaunch ‘Archetypes’ On Audible
According to OK Magazine, Meghan Markle is set to relaunch her podcast ‘Archetypes’ on the Spotify-rival platform Audible, an Amazon-owned platform. The sources have shared that their collaboration with the platform can be a million-dollar deal. The Spotify deal may not have worked out but maybe the Audible audience is interested in the lives of the ‘American Royals’.
“Harry and Meghan are retooling, retrenching, and preparing to change course in their efforts to establish themselves and their production company Archewell as serious players across multimedia platforms,” the source shared with the publication. The couple is expecting a fresh return in the coming year.
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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle In Touch With Audible
The business advisors of the couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in touch with Audible. The talent agency, the Duchess of Sussex is closely associated with, William Morris Endeavors is also in conversation with Audible. The couple already has strong ties to the platform as the Duke’s memoir ‘Spare’ is available as an audiobook on the platform.
If a deal is signed then, the couple will have to offer any of their future projects to Audible first. But they are free to market them to anyone else if rejected by the Amazon-owned platform. The deal will also help the parents of two to recover from the collapse they had with Spotify.
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