Meghan Markle would “never” have got the publicity increase she got without marrying into the Royal Family, a royal expert has claimed.
According to US commentator Lee Cohen, the Duchess of Sussex would not have received the level of notoriety she has, without having married Prince Harry.
He told the Daily Express: "They've earned my scorn because they've treated Harry's family very poorly in all of this. I don't feel that it's at all productive for them to be criticising the Royal Family.
"They got what they wanted. They stepped back, they have the notoriety already. They certainly never would have obtained the level of publicity that she currently has if she hadn't married into this family."
The Sussexes left the UK in 2020 and have since settled in California with their two-year-old son Archie and nine-month-old daughter Lilibet.
The royal couple have since secured lucrative multimillion-pound deals with Netflix and Spotify.
Royal expert Neil Sean however claimed that their lack of progress on producing content could lead to a decline in deals.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, he said: "Let me give you a bit of advice Harry and Meghan, it's not as simple or as easy you possibly think.
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"You have to think of content and then more importantly you have to produce it, write it and maybe hopefully get an audience on top of all that.
"So, it's not as easy as they possibly thought but when you become a major celebrity like Harry and Meghan are now, the bigger problem is you have a golden period.
"Everybody wants to sign you, you get invited to things like the Oscars."
He added: "You get offered all of these mega deals as we saw the books deal along with is worth a lot of money even though he's going to have to deliver some rather tawdry asides to make sure that people feel they've got their value for money.
"Everything hinges now for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the next level of content that they will deliver to the public.
"If it's a spectacular success, they are guaranteed even more money but as ever in the fickle world of Hollywood they're now living in, if it doesn't resonate with the audience then they can expect a sharp decline in those mega offers and mega deals."
The Daily Star has approached the Duchess of Sussex for comment.
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