Prince Harry 'wins' against Meghan Markle in big decision involving Archie and Lilibet

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry -Credit:Avalon All rights reserved

Prince Harry is reported to have "won" a significant decision against his wife Meghan Markle concerning their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. The Duke has reportedly prevailed in the decision to exclude their children from their forthcoming Netflix programmes.

As part of the couple's staggering multi-million-dollar Netflix agreement, they are set to produce two new series.

One show, linked with Meghan's new brand American Riviera Orchard, will "celebrate the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship", while the other will focus on the US Open Polo Championship.

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Reports suggest that the couple's children will not appear in either of the new shows scheduled for Netflix streaming, indicating the couple's intent to keep their children away from the spotlight as much as possible, reports the Mirror.

Meghan's cookery show is said to be filmed at a neighbour's house, with her choosing not to film it within their £11million Montecito mansion, despite recently hiring a photographer for a photoshoot at their opulent estate.

The decision to keep the children away from the spotlight in the upcoming Netflix shows was actually Prince Harry's call, not Meghan's. The Duke of Sussex, who experienced the glare of public attention growing up alongside his brother Prince William in England, is intent on maintaining his children's privacy.

A source revealed to the Sun on Sunday: "Harry and Meghan have not always agreed on how much they should expose their children to the media but, in this case, Harry has clearly won."

This development follows previous reports suggesting Meghan was eager to include Archie and Lilibet as she re-entered the public eye. Last year, the Sun claimed: "Meghan wants to move back into public life - with Archie and Lilibet by her side."

An insider at the time informed the publication that the couple holds differing views on raising their children, highlighting that Harry's own experiences of a public childhood have deeply influenced him.