Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after giving up their royal lives have dipped their toes in various issues.
And whereas they proceed to work on their model, post-Megxit, some are fairly skeptical of the success that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would possibly obtain on this regard.
Former chief of workers of Princess Diana, Patrick Jephson warned the pair of failure looming forward of them as this might lead to the identical penalties for them as those Princess Diana confronted with the Panorama interview.
“Harry and Meghan have an evolving brand issue. One could argue that, at its best, membership of the Royal Family gives you access to the most extraordinary and powerful brand in the world,” he stated, per Express, throughout a digital convention about selling and defending private manufacturers.
“To voluntarily divest yourselves of all those advantages in pursuit of something else is very daring – and we don’t even know what that something else is. But if it departs very much from that great tradition of personal sacrifice and public service that defines the monarchy brand then I don’t believe it will succeed,” he went on to say.
Speaking about Diana’s notorious Panorama interview given to BBC’s Martin Bashir, Jephson stated: “I was very much opposed to Diana giving that interview. It backfired and I resigned partly as a result.”