Meghan and Harry news: Pair's strict demands for speaking events leaked as they discuss Princess Diana doc with Netflix

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's list of requirements for when they attend speaking events was revealed today.

The four-page document lays out rules, for example, they have the final say in who introduces them.

It states that the full audience list must be provided and whether the couple need to wear “business or casual” attire.

Meghan and Harry reportedly signed with The Harry Walker Agency – an exclusive agency that boasts it represents the best in motivational speakers – earlier this year with it thought the couple could charge $1million per speech.

Meanwhile, the pair are in talks with Netflix over a new Princess Diana documentary.

Follow for all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…

  • PRINCE CHARLES 'NO LONGER BANKROLLING MEGHAN AND HARRY' AFTER NETFLIX DEAL

    Charles is no longer bankrolling Meghan and Harry after their mega millions Netflix deal, it has emerged. 

    The Prince of Wales had funded the pair's jaunt to California since they stepped down as senior royals at the end of March.

    The couple had vowed in their Megxit statement they would “work to become financially independent”.

    Questions were raised when they took out a $9.5million mortgage on a 14,563-sq ft mansion in Montecito this summer – while still paying Frogmore back.

    But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have now paid back in full £2.4million for taxpayer funded renovations on Frogmore Cottage.

  • MEGHAN DESPERATE FOR OSCAR FROM NETFLIX DEAL, FRIENDS CLAIM

    Meghan hopes the deal she and Harry made with Netflix will land her an Oscar, it's been claimed.

    It was that the couple secured a £112million deal with the streaming service and plan to produce a range of 'inspirational' programmes.

    The former Suits star left her acting career behind when she married into the royal family, but now Meghan hopes to finally get the Academy Award she's always wanted, a source told The Mail on Sunday.

    A long-time friend told the publication: “An Oscar is all Meg has ever wanted. She used to practise her acceptance speech in the mirror with a hairbrush when she was a kid of seven.

    “She would also practise her signature in preparation for all the autographs she would give.

    “Her absolute dream was to achieve the EGOT – the grand slam of showbusiness – which is winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award.”

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY'S LIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR SPEAKING EVENTS REVEALED

    Meghan and Prince Harry's list of strict demands for their speaking events has today been leaked.

    In an exhaustive four-page document, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex outline their stringent rules for any speaking engagement – including that they have the final say in who introduces them.

    The couple reportedly signed with The Harry Walker Agency – an exclusive agency that boasts it represents the best in motivational speakers – earlier this year with it thought the couple could charge $1million per speech.

    The Telegraph today revealed the stipulations issued by Harry, 35 and Meghan, 39, including that the fee must be paid in advance.

    The leaked 'Virtual Event Request Form' states: “The choice of Introducer and Moderator will be at the final discretion of the Speaker.

    “The Fee will need to be paid directly from the contracting organisation’s account.”

    The full audience list must also be provided and whether the couple need to wear “business or casual” attire.

    Other commands insist details of the sponsors must be listed, asking: “If you were to lose one or more of the above sponsors, would your organisation still be able to move forward with this event?”

  • FINDING FREEDOM AUTHOR FILMS WITH NETFLIX AFTER MEGHAN AND HARRY'S £112M DEAL

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex unveiled their new mega-deal last week and said they aim to bring “hope and inspiration” through their media project.

    Omid took to his Instagram page yesterday and revealed he too was “shooting a little something with Netflix” – although didn’t share any further details.

    It is not known if his filming work is linked to Meghan and Harry’s deal.

    Omid, along with royal writer Carolyn Durand, was behind the controversial biography Finding Freedom, which was released this summer. 

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY IN TALKS TO MAKE 'PRINCESS DIANA DOCUMENTARY' AFTER NETFLIX DEAL

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly in talks to make a documentary about Princess Diana's life.

    The film would apparently be a tribute to the princess's legacy and could form part of the mega-deal the couple have made with Netflix, thought to be worth £112million.

    Last week saw the Duke and Duchess confirm an agreement with the streaming giant, saying they wanted to use the platform to create “content that informs but also gives hope”.

    The deal came after they announced in January of this year that they would be stepping back as senior royals and seeking to become financially independent.

  • PIERS MORGAN CALLS FOR MEGHAN AND HARRY TO LOSE TITLES AFTER MEGXIT

    Piers Morgan has called for Harry and Meghan to lose their titles of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to complete their “divorce” from the UK.

    The Good Morning Britain host said yesterday the couple's repayment of the £2.4million Frogmore Cottage renovations was a “step in the right direction”.

    He said: “Good to see Harry and Meghan paying back the Frogmore Cottage bill.

    “I think that's another step towards the divorce.”

    Piers later added: ” “I think what they should do – and this is a little debate to be thrown up.

    “But if they really want to be independent, it seems they do, they want to live in Hollywood or Santa Barbara and wanna make woke movies or TV shows and make us feel lovely and fluffy about everything, that's fine.

    “I just don't think, as a Sussex resident all my life, I don't think they should be allowed to keep the titles Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY 'RELIEVED' TO PAY OFF £2.4M FROGMORE COTTAGE RENOVATIONS FOR ONLINE

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are "relieved and pleased" to be paying off their £2.4million renovations on Forgmore cottage, an insider said.

    The couple paid off the lump sum after bagging a mega £112million deal with Netflix last week.

    And the couple are believed to be delighted to have settled the bill for their UK home.

    A source told Vanity Fair the couple are “very relieved and very pleased” to have drawn a line under the debt so quickly.

  • PRINCE CHARLES 'NO LONGER BANKROLLING' MEGHAN AND HARRY AFTER MEGA MILLIONS NETFLIX DEAL

    PRINCE Charles is no longer bankrolling Meghan and Harry after their mega millions Netflix deal, it has emerged. 

    The Prince of Wales had funded the pair's jaunt to California since Megxit, when they stepped down as senior royals at the end of March.

    The couple vowed in their Megxit statement they would “work to become financially independent”.

    And the couple have now paid off the £2.4million renovation on Frogmore Cottage after bagging the £112million Netflix deal.

  • SUSSEXES' BIOGRAPHER ON NETFLIX'S BOOKS AFTER MEGHAN AND HARRY SEAL £112 MILLION DEAL

    Finding Freedom's co-author Omid Scobie has revealed he is working with Netflix just days after Harry and Meghan signed a whopping £112million deal with streaming giant.

    Harry and Meghan's biographer shared a picture on his Instagram page yesterday saying he was “shooting a little something with Netflix”.

    The royal editor refrained from giving any more information about the deal.

    The news comes just days after Harry and Meghan bagged a major producing deal with Netflix.

  • MEGHAN MARKLE TEARED UP IN FINAL STAFF MEETING BEFORE MEGXIT, BOOK CLAIMS

    MEGHAN Markle tearfully said "it didn't have to be this way" in her final meeting with staff before the couple left for Canada, a bombshell biography has claimed.

    In March, the Duchess of Sussex said a heartfelt goodbye to her team at Buckingham Palace before flying back to Canada to be reunited with baby Archie.

    Omid Scobie – who co-authored the biography Finding Freedom – was one of the few journalists to attend Meghan's final engagement as a senior working royal at Buckingham Palace.

    In the biography, Omid recalled Meghan's tearful farewell to staff who had worked with the couple since their wedding less than two years before.

    And the author claims that Meghan hugged him goodbye and tearfully told him: “It didn’t have to be this way.”

  • COST OF RUNNING HARRY AND MEGHAN'S 'FOREVER HOME' COULD HIT £5M A YEAR

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could see themselves splashing out £5million a year to keep their new Santa Barbara home running.

    Experts have warned the living costs of the sprawling mansion could eat away at the couple's finances.

    The nine-bedroom mansion in Montecito, California comes with an eye-watering bill for staff, utilities and taxes.

    And annual property tax in the wealthy area of the US is estimated to be £112,000, one per cent of the home's sale price.

    Find out more here about how the palatial £11million home could cost the Sussexes more than they bargained for.

  • LIST OF DEMANDS REVEALED

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle havea strict set of demands for anyone wanting to book them as guest speakers.

    They ask for an upfront fee agreement and details of all sponsors, a leaked document has revealed.According to the 'Virtual Event Request Form', event organisers must let the Duke and Duchess decide who introduces or moderates any discussion with them.

    The four-page document comes from the Harry Walker Agency (HWA), a New York-based speaking agency, that has clients including former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton as well as Oprah Winfrey.

  • PRINCE CHARLES COULD MAKE LAW TO SAVE BABY ARCHIE FROM ROYAL 'BURDEN'

    Meghan and Harry famously chose not give their son Archie Harrison a royal title when he was born.

    But the seventh in line to the throne will immediately become a prince when Prince Charles becomes king.

    In Omid Scobie's new book 'Finding Freedom', the writer suggests Prince Charles could make a new law saving little Archie, one, from taking a title after Charles' coronation.

    The book states: “A source said the couple were worried about the day Prince Charles becomes King and Harry's children could inherit the titles of Prince or Princesses.

    “They shared their concerns with Charles, who said he would consider when he became King issuing a new letters patent, a legal instrument in the form of a written order issued by a reigning monarch, that would change this style.

    “'To not have a senior role in the royal family but have a title', a senior aide close to the couple said at the time, 'is just a burden.'”

  • MARKLE'S MOVES

    Meghan Markle is skilled at dazzling a room and has a number of tricks to make sure everyone likes her, according to an etiquette expert.

    The Duchess of Sussex, 38, is “excellent at making a good impression”, says Myka Meier.

    The manners expert says:“Meghan is excellent at making a great first impression and there are some techniques that we often spot her using that you can use at your next party too. 

    “From her posture to her facial movements, there is a science behind the Markle charm…and anyone can learn it!”

    Here are the different tips and tricks Meghan uses to boost her likeability factor.

  • SUSSEXES INSIST INVICTUS FUNDRAISER CANCELLED DUE TO COVID

    Meghan and Harry have hit back at claims the Invictus Games fundraiser was axed due to their £112 million Netflix deal, insisting the decision was made over COVID-19.

    The comedy show was set to take place in June 2021 in California and was meant to be broadcast on Amazon – with Harry and Meghan both expected to make speeches.

    The Invictus Games Foundation has already had to call off its Olympic-style event in Holland in May.

    But claims over the weekend that organisers were “stunned” at the decision to pull the plug has sparked a reaction from the couple's lawyers.

    Lawyers for the couple said: ” The true position is that the format of the event was no longer viable in light of COVID 19. 

    “These factors were separate to and independent of our client’s deal with Netflix.”

  • HARRY'S PAL CUT FROM ROYAL WEDDING EVENING PARTY

    Meghan and Harry's wedding may have had all star guest list with Oprah Winfrey and other Clooneys attending, but one of Harry's best school pals was reportedly cut from the celebrations.

    In their new book “Finding Freedom”, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand claim Harry's close Eton friend Tom Inskip – known as “Skippy” – missed out on an invitation to the royal wedding's evening party.

    The book claims Skippy was unhappy at the snub and make a cutting remark to friends at brunch the next day.

    The book says: “As a brunch the day after the wedding, Skippy told friends 'Meghan has changed Harry too much'.

    “His Eton friend said the prince was awed by the likes of the Clooneys and Oprah.

    “We've lost him', Skippy concluded.”

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN DEMAND £1 MILLION PER SPEECH

    A leaked document has revealed that Harry and Meghan insist of £1million per speech.

    The four-page “Virtual Event Request Form” uncovers the couple's surprising demands for all virtual engagements they attend.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex insist all organisers send the fee and full sponsorship details for events before they even send an invitation to the pair.

    The form, seen by the Daily Telegraph, says: “The choice of introducer and moderator will be at the final discretion of the speaker.

    “The fee will need to be paid directly from the contracting organisation's account,' it continues.”

  • 'MEGHAN DREAMS OF WINNING AN OSCAR'

    The big story on the royal couple this week is the huge mega-deal they've signed with Netflix.

    It's claimed Meghan hopes she'll land an Oscar through the 'inspirational' programmes she'll produce as a result of the new partnership.

    A friend told the Mail on Sunday: “An Oscar is all Meg has ever wanted. She used to practise her acceptance speech in the mirror with a hairbrush when she was a kid of seven.

    “She would also practise her signature in preparation for all the autographs she would give.

    “Her absolute dream was to achieve the EGOT – the grand slam of showbusiness – which is winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award.”

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  • 'MEGHAN AND HARRY ARE NAIVE OVER NETFLIX DEAL'

    Our columnist Jane Moore has called Harry and Meghan 'naive' over their new £112m deal with streaming giant Netflix.

    And she says: “Let’s face it, if they were plain old Harry Windsor and Meghan Markle of Acacia Avenue, they wouldn’t get past reception at the powerful streaming service, let alone to the carpeted corridors where the big deals are done.

    “But the new Fresh Prince of Bel Air and his beautiful former Suits actress wife are marketable solely because of their close connection to not only Diana, but that most elusive of world-famous stars — The Queen.”

    Here's the column.

  • MEGHAN'S 'PERSONAL FAVOURITE' POEM

    The Duchess of Sussex, 39, shared her favourite verse in the 2019 September issue of Vogue which she guest-edited.

    The short piece – titled A Note From The Beach – was written by mental health campaigner and author Matt Haig and first appeared in his 2018 memoir Notes on a Nervous Planet.

    Written from the perspective of the beach, the opening of the poem reads: “Hello. I am the beach.

    “I am created by the waves and currents. I am made of eroded rocks. I exist next to the sea.

    “I have been around for millions of years. I was around at the dawn of life itself. And I have to tell you something.

    “I don't care about your body. I am a beach. I literally don't give a f**k.”

  • MEGHAN FRAMED HER WEDDING SPEECH IN SWEET ANNIVERSARY GIFT

    A source has revealed that Meghan, 38, relied on her calligraphy skills to hand craft her hubby a gift on their first anniversary.

    Tying in with tradition of the first year being the paper anniversary, Meghan hand wrote out their wedding speech and had it framed for Harry, according to People.

    While it is not known what was exactly said by the bride on her wedding day, she did declare “I have found my prince.”

    She also spoke about her “special bond” with Prince Charles and thanked the royal family for “welcoming” her.

  • MEGHAN'S £27 SECRET TO BEATING STRESS

    Her secret to beating stress has been revealed as a £26.50 health supplement from London's the Glow Bar which “promises to calm your body, mind and spirit during times of stress.”

    According the Mail Online Meghan is a huge fan of the shop's Ashwagandha product, which is taken as a powder and can be added to coffee or tea.

    Ashwagandha is a herb, and member of the nightshade family.

    It's been used in medicine for hundreds of years, and – according to Glow – promises “feel good magic”.

  • ARCHIE 'LOVES BUTTING IN' ON HARRY AND MEGHAN'S ZOOM CALLS

    Royal correspondent Omid Scobie revealed the tot frequently pops up on important Zoom calls.

    Omid, who co-authored the book Finding Freedom, made the revelations in his podcast, The Heir Pod.

    Omid chatted with fellow correspondent Maggie Rulli about the Sussex’s in the latest instalment of the show.

    Explaining the research behind the book, he said: “I loved discovering their daily Zoom calls with the various initiatives and people that they work with.

    “And how Archie is no stranger to climbing in front of the web camera and making little impromptu cameos.”

  • MEGHAN LOVES THIS £52 CANDLE

    On her now-closed Instagram page, the new Duchess of Sussex regularly pictured pricey candles and room diffusers.

    In one photograph she pictured a burnt-down Le Labo Santal 26 candle.

    These £52 scented candles are described as having “leathery and musky notes” and are available to buy in the UK from Selfridges.

    But at £52 they aren't cheap – probably because they are hand-poured in Mississippi, USA.

  • THESE ARE THE £20 TIGHTS MEGHAN SWEARS BY

    The Duchess of Sussex is said to be a huge fan of Heist tights – and although they are £21, they're worth the hefty price tag.

    The nude designs are available in seven different shades and feature a mega comfy waistband that doesn't dig or roll as well as a stronger, eco-friendly yarn.

    They're “gravity defining” with no gusset – and therefore no sagging – as well as being seamless, soft and hand-sewn.

    The brand also sell a range of other tights, but it's thought to be the nude style Meghan wears, thanks to their mega natural look.

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