Meghan Markle to produce Netflix series to “empower women”

Meghan Markle, Netflix TV series: Harry’s wife becomes TV producer. The series could be called Pearl and “will help women to emancipate”

Meghan Markle was a fairly successful actress before marrying Prince Harry. The Duchess of Sussex has starred in hit TV series such as Suits, Fringe and CSI Miami and films such as Kill the Boss … and Live Happy. Now it’s time for Meghan Markle to move to the other side of the camera. Harry’s wife, who appears to have had one furious quarrel with his brother William just after the funeral of his grandfather Philip, in fact, will produce for Netflix an animated series inspired by female characters who have made history “to help girls to emancipate themselves”. This was announced by the same foundation headed by Megan and Harry, whose third film about their life left fans with a bad taste in their mouths.

The series will feature a girl named Pearl, who, inspired by the example of historical female figures, “will gradually learn to know her strengths and to emancipate herself”. There was no release date for the series, which could be called “Pearl”. Director David Furnish, husband of Elton John, is one of the co-producers.

Harry and Meghan, who live in California after taking detachments from the British royal family, run the Archewell Foundation, a charity and audiovisual production company that has signed profitable partnerships with Netflix and Spotify platforms.


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