Prince Harry’s ‘Heart of Invictus’ Has ‘Not’ Been Canceled by Netflix, Official Reports Debunk Widespread Rumors

Published 06/14/2023, 6:30 PM EDT

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Being a royal means continuously being scanned by eagle-eyes fans and spectators every time you breathe. And who would know it better than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? The couple long renounced the royal family in the year 2020. Forever since they have been dealing with defamation for being the one who denigrated the long-standing British royal family. Moreover, their lucrative deals with American streaming giant, Netflix, have been the primary cause of their indignation. Following the bombshell docuseries, Harry & Meghan, Prince Harry’s Heart of Invictus, brings in yet another big stir.

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Buried under rumors of cancellation, the Duke’s forthcoming project with Netflix has gained much attention in a couple of days. An anti-Sussex account, Meghan’s Mole, posted on Twitter falsely claiming that Netflix has canceled the Invictus. The speculation led to widespread rumors that Netflix has terminated all its projects with the Sussexes. Angry netizens deliberately scoffed at how the steamer has had enough of the “whining couple” While some sighed a relief of good riddance, others were quite disappointed. 

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However, back in January, Netflix UK took to its official Twitter handle to confirm the forthcoming Netflix series with Prince Harry. Moreover, the Newsweek group contacted authorities a couple of hours ago. They too agreed on the ongoing production of the sports documentary and confirmed the Netflix report in January was accurate and correct. Back in the day, Netflix authorities had claimed that they are highly looking forward to Prince Harry’s Heart of Invictus. The Duke is reportedly the chief executive of the upcoming documentary. 

Why has there been this delay in Prince Harry’s Heart Of Invictus Release?

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made no secret of their whopping $100Million deal with Netflix. The contract came into existence in the year 2019, as they were planning to do things their way. Prince Harry’s Heart of Invictus will evidently portray its journey from scratch. That was the first-ever deal both parties came together for.

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However, at the dawn of the Pandemic, the production was delayed for obvious reasons. Nonetheless, it again took a backseat while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle launched the Bombshell Docu-Series, with no explanation. Following it, they also had their Live To Lead release in the same month. However, this year in January, it was confirmed that the Games will make their debut in the Summer of 2023. 

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Shraddha Das is a Hollywood News writer at Netflix Junkie. She was captivated by the power of storytelling and the written word at a young age, which led her to pursue a career in journalism. She has over 1000 articles to her name.

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