Prince Harry and Oprah are working on a documentary about mental health with Apple.
There are plans in place for Harry to feature “on camera”. However, it is not revealed if he will be interviewed by TV producer Oprah.
Duncan told Fabulous Digital that the strategic partnership is more evidence of “The Meghan Effect” over Prince Harry.
He said: “It’s obviously another very clear sign, Harry is going along with Meghan rather than the other way around. This new projects he’s got involved with the partnership with Oprah Winfrey is more evidence of ‘The Meghan Effect’.”
Duncan warned that in the past, blurring the lines between celebrity and royal hasn’t been the best idea.
He said: “Traditionally when members of the royal family have mixed their causes with celebrity, it hasn’t got particularly well.“The royals tend to stay away from endorsing in particular celebrities. So it is quite new and is probably something I would suggest the Queen would have reservations with. It’s a definite break from tradition. We know the Queen is a stickler for tradition.”
Despite him saying the Queen may have reservations about the project, he said Her Majesty would ultimately support the project.
He said: “The Queen is so fond of Prince Harry that he is possibly one of the only royals who has ever managed to get the Queen to step outside her comfort zone.”