Harry and Meghan set to expose royals in online interview series
This would be the royal family's worst nightmare
Just days after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were said to have earned a whopping $1 million from a J.P. Morgan event in Miami, the couple are plotting their next lucrative move – and it could prove to have devastating consequences for the British royal family.
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A new report claims that the Duke of Sussex may be sitting down with Goldman Sachs for an interview. Citing a source with knowledge of the situation, CNBC reported he's "in discussions" to be featured as a guest speaker for the "Talks at GS" interview series, which is available on YouTube and as a podcast on Spotify and has featured famous names from all industries, including Mark Cuban, Gwyneth Paltrow and Harry's famous friend, David Beckham.
"Harry is not yet confirmed. However, as a person familiar, I can tell you we have been in discussions," a source close to the discussions told E! News.
While it is not known exactly what Harry could potentially divulge in the interview, the knowledge that the Prince could perhaps leak potentially damning information would no doubt be a cause of concern for the royal family.
Earlier this week it was claimed that Harry is in talks with banking giant Goldman Sachs in what is being touted as a "$2 billion deal".
The Mirror reports that discussions with the Duke of Sussex began in November, which shows that Megxit had been on the couple's minds weeks before they quit.
A PR guru told the British paper that the move could earn them £1 billion, almost $2 billion, in corporate deals and brand ambassador roles.