Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told to ‘play fame game’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been likened to the reality show stars the Kardashians by
American blogger and columnist, Perez Hilton, who told the royal couple how they could make more money.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were dropped from the multi-million dollar deal with streaming Spotify earlier this year leaving a big gap in their earnings.
Hilton pointed out the couple are not seen as “royal” in the USA and need to “play the fame game” in order to make any money.
He told GB News: “They are big celebrities here but that’s the thing that they are, they’re not royals to us and they need to cultivate their celebrity.”
“In a way, the Sussexes are kind of like the Kardashians here, they’re famous because of their names but they haven’t really done much of note yet.
“They need to play the fame game because at the end of the day it’s all about money.
“The more famous they are the more money they can make.”
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The royal couple have recently become very concerned “about their celebrity status” after being mocked on a cartoon comedy show.
Royal expert Neil Sean has claimed the show proves how far the royal couple have fallen since stepping down from royal duties two years ago.
Writing for Fox News, he said: “Harry and Meghan should and will be very concerned about their celebrity status in America.
“After being royally laughed at by the satirical cartoon, it shows really how far they have fallen.”
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Sean added: “The duo are very unhappy with this, I am told via a good source, and again one wonders why.
“It’s harmless and will easily be forgotten, just like that dreadful cartoon based on young Prince George, axed after one season.”
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