The media business owned by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and streaming behemoth Spotify agreed to cease their multimillion-dollar contract Thursday.
Since signing the $20 million pact in 2020, the pair has created one Archewell Audio podcast series.
Markle’s “Archetypes” has topped the outlet’s audio rankings in several areas with her interviews with notable women.
In a joint statement, the parties stated the arrangement is over.
“Spotify and Archewell Audio have mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together,” the statement added.
According to Variety, Spotify expected more content.
According to Variety, Harry and Meghan wanted to move their content.
Harry, the youngest son of Britain’s King Charles, married Meghan, a mixed-race former US television actress, in 2018.
Over the years, Markle accused the family of bigotry, and ties worsened.
Harry and his wife moved to California and continued to criticize the institution.
The 38-year-old prince’s tell-all memoirs, Netflix docu-series, and Oprah Winfrey interview were most explosive.
Since leaving royal responsibilities, the pair has tried to generate money via media.