However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have now released a statement via a spokesperson, denying any plans to turn their lives into reality TV.
News confirmed that Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, signed a multiyear deal with Netflix to produce films and series, including scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, features and children's programming.
Meghan preferred a "more casual attire, rather than her royal dress code" and used to "spend most of the day in sweats or yoga pants" even as a working royal, the source shared with a tabloid.
However, in recent weeks they have made several virtual appearances, including Meghan appearing as a surprise guest on America's Got Talent last week. They are doing this all on their own terms'.
The duchess has already started her life in the commercial world, narrating a Disney film about a family of elephants and their journey across Africa that was available to stream in April. They recently bought a home in Santa Barbara, about 95 miles north of L.A. Now, the couple are starting their behind-the-scenes careers in the TV industry after signing a multi-year deal with Netflix.
Mr Hastings dismissed critics who questioned whether the former royals" desire to create "impactful content that unlocks action' would be good entertainment.
'They're smart, they were shopping it around across all the major companies and I think we really put together the best complete package.
But now a source says Meghan wants the world to see the "real her", according to The Sun.
"It is extraordinary. This is exactly what they said they wouldn't do".
'We're going to do a wide range of entertainment with them. But many of you may not know that I haven't been able to vote in the United Kingdom my entire life.
Earlier, the couple unveiled their new careers after they separated themselves from the daily duties of the British royal family, announcing that they had launched a production company and sealed a multiyear deal with Netflix.
Her rebellious nature also came in to play as she spotted denim jeans and top at Wimbledon 2019 and clearly stood in stark contrast with the other royal family members including Kate Middleton.
In the couple's most high-profile intervention in the U.S. presidential election, Harry urged voters to "reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity" - all qualities critics associate with Mr Trump.