Harry and Meghan to stop doing royal bashing and fly-on-the-wall series on Netflix.
To their great relief, they’re also throwing away all other plaintive memoirs – 1,240 days after their Megxit in January 2020.
Instead, the self-pitying Sussexes will only be seen behind the Netflix cameras.
The drastic decision to stop their TV and book snooping will spare the royal family further pain.
The couple have attacked King Charles, Camilla, William and Kate since leaving The Firm and moving to California.
But 41 months later, their spectacular change of direction should mean there are no more hurtful attacks and details about the path to the Megxit.
Sources say it’s because they ran out of material – to the relief of audiences around the world who are fed up with their whining
An insider told The Sun: “That period of her life is over – as there is nothing more to say.”
The couple’s brutal attack on the royals in their interview with friend Oprah Winfrey in March 2021 was followed by the poorly received Netflix series Harry & Meghan.
This also led to them being pilloried in the cartoon satire South Park.
Harry made more enemies with his hard-hitting memoir, Spare, which was released in January.
More recently, the pair have come under fire for claims of a “near-disastrous” paparazzi chase in New York, which was later downplayed by witnesses and police.
Meghan, 41, recently signed with Hollywood talent agency WME to pursue a new career path.
It’s likely that the highly experienced company advised her not to share every moment of her and Harry’s life with television audiences.
A source told us last year that Netflix and memoir time is their “visibility era” and that they hoped 2023 would be their “year of reconciliation” with the royal family.
Because of this, they never publicly attacked the Queen.
There are also claims that the couple are going their separate ways, with Harry focusing on the Invictus Games four months from now in Germany.
According to Society journalist Petronella Wyatt, Meghan has been regularly spotted in LA without her husband.
She said: “Friends of mine who live near her always run into Meghan at parties these days. She tends to leave Harry at home.”
Hollywood broadcaster Tim Dillon claimed, “They just want to hang out with celebrities.”
“I was at a party the other night and I was talking to someone about these people and it’s just constant with them.
“She (Meghan) texted the person I was there with. The point is, they just won’t stop these two.
“They’re like low-grade reality stars trying to get attached to something.
“I’m literally at the party and they show me text messages from this woman begging people to ‘hang out,’ she’s trying to get seats.
“It’s sad. A lot of it doesn’t work and they roll their eyes LOL and we laugh a lot about it.
“I respect the hustle I get, what they’re trying to do,
“A lot of people at that party said we texted her that she was a duchess, but we’ve had enough.”
Harry is set to return to the UK next week to testify against Mirror Group Newspapers.
Whining to ENGLAND
HARRY and Meghan have given their relatives a relentless series of headaches since the Megxit.
SERIES: In 2021, the Sussexes told TV presenter Oprah Winfrey that an unnamed royal had raised the issue of their children’s skin color.
FIGHT: Harry wrote in Spare that William knocked him down in an argument over Meghan.
NAZI COSTUME: Harry accused William and Kate of pushing him to wear a Nazi uniform to a party when he was 20.
KING ‘Jealous’: Harry said his father was unhappy with the attention Wills and Kate received in 2015.
ROYAL ‘ABUSE’: Harry told ITV that the royals have shown ‘absolutely no willingness to reconcile’ with himself and Meghan.