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Is a docuseries about Meghan and Harry on the way?

Markle talks about her future plans and life with the prince in California

Is a docuseries about Meghan and Harry on the way? Markle talks about her future plans and life with the prince in California

An upcoming unauthorized biography and now a new interview (her first solo one since leaving the Royal Family) are putting the spotlight back on Meghan Markle. The former Suits star opens her Tuscan-style mansion in Montecito, where she has lived with husband Harry and two sons Archie and Lilibet for the past two years, to for an interview, having photographer Campbell Addy capture her in a series of glam and fashion shots. Impeccable bun and proud gaze, Meghan transformed into a model, alternating in front of the lens with outfits by Tory Burch, Bottega Veneta, Chanel and a Proenza Schouler suit, outfits that seem to tell the world, not only that she is very different from Kate Middleton (remember her natural and spontaneous in jeans, tweed shirts and wide-brimmed hat for a Vogue shoot?), but that she is free to play with her image, to be ambitious and, to use her own words, "to be able to tell your own story". 

During the interview Meghan reiterates several times how much her new life in California allows her to be a normal mom, the kind who picks her kids up from school and throws parties with her little friends, things that because of the paparazzi would not have been possible if she and Prince Harry had stayed in London with the queen and the rest of the royals. Amidst small hints of daily life, anecdotes about her children and home, the Duchess of Sussex talks about future plans such as her return to social media (after the closure of the official @SussexRoyal account that took place because for legal issues neither she nor Harry can use the royal label anymore) and the launch of Archetipe, her podcast on Spotify dedicated to female empowerment and gender stereotypes, which in its first episode hosts Serena Williams and sees at the center of the discussion the double standard that "ambitious" women face.

Raising more curiosity are the projects resulting from the $100 million deal with Netflix to develop exclusive content with the couple's label Archewell Productions. After the cancellation of Pearl, Markle's signature animated series about a 12-year-old girl who travels back in time to meet important women in history, a possible reality show about Meghan and Prince Harry has long been rumored. When asked about it, the former Royal Family member confirmed unofficially and without delving into details that she and her husband are working on a docuseries about their life in Montecito, California possibly titled At Home With Meghan and Harry and directed by Liz Garbus. Meghan has hinted that the show will focus on their relationship, "The piece of my life I haven’t been able to share, that people haven’t been able to see, is our love story." Quoting part of her wedding speech, the former actress emphasizes that I hope that they see any of the content or projects she is working on that people feel that "love wins." A true Disney fairy tale princess statement, but life, you know, doesn't always work out that way.