Harry and Meghan land two new Netflix shows

Harry and Meghan are set to be executive producers on two new Netflix shows, the streaming giant has announced.

One series will explore "the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining and friendship", while the other will give "unprecedented access to the world of professional polo".

They will be produced by their company Archewell Productions - with the names and release dates of both programmes set to emerge in the coming months.

After stepping down from royal duties, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a deal with Netflix that was thought to be worth more than £100m.

Three documentaries have been released since then - and the most recent was Heart Of Invictus last year.

The programme followed service members preparing for the Invictus Games, which was set up by Prince Harry in 2014 for injured and sick military personnel and veterans.

Live To Lead - which was presented by the couple - featured interviews with world leaders and influencers.

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Their Harry And Meghan documentary made headlines around the world and quickly became Netflix's second most-watched documentary ever.

Released in December 2022, the six-part series saw Meghan discuss having a miscarriage, and Harry reflect on the death of his grandfather Prince Philip.