Prince Harry has been blasted by an expert who says that "getting in bed with Netflix" is "not the best idea" for the Duke of Sussex.
It comes as the Royal Family wage war on the streaming giant amid controversies around the upcoming series of Netflix original show, The Crown.
The Duke of Sussex has since been criticised for "getting in bed with Netflix", which is said to have recreated "his mother's car crash" for the new and controversial upcoming series, Daily Express reported.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had struck a multi-million deal with the streaming platform but are yet to release any work with the company.
But one expert, who was asked how Harry must be feeling about the upcoming series that depicts the death of Princess Diana, says the Netflix deal was "probably not the best idea".
Speaking to Dan Wootton, columnist Maureen Callahan said: "This is what Harry has called the defining trauma of his life."
She added from the press release of Prince Harry's upcoming book Spare, audiences should be prepared to see the Duke "use the death of his mother as a launching point to discuss the way in which his life unravelled".
Callahan added his life had unravelled "to such a degree that he had no choice but to leave the Royal Family".
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Of his Netflix deal, though, Callahan was less than convinced by the exit that left him available to the "open market" and subsequent streaming offers.
Expert Callahan claimed that Harry did not realise "getting in bed with the streaming service who produces The Crown, one of the most popular shows in the world, was probably not the best idea".
Netflix has reportedly postponed the release of Harry and Meghan's at-home documentary series until next year, in similar fashion to the much-delayed autobiography from the Prince.
It comes as Daily Star reports one expert's belief that the Sussexes have "massive reservations" over the release of the upcoming memoir.
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