After their public fallout with David and Victoria Beckham, coupled with the comedic jabs they endured at the latest Golden Globes, it’s evident that Harry and Meghan face a significant uphill battle this year to bounce back from all their public setbacks.
In a surprising development to come after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex suffered several “setbacks” last year, a royal source revealed that “substantial work lies ahead” for Harry and Meghan going into the new year.
The insider cited the rumored “fallout” with David and Victoria Beckham, as well as the “jabs” against Harry and Meghan at the Golden Globes, as specific “setbacks” that the pair must rectify to save their public image.
“The reported fallout with the Beckhams and the Golden Globes’ humorous jabs add layers to their public image, indicating the substantial work that lies ahead,” Mark Boardman, a royal commentator, exclusively told the Royal Observer on Wednesday.
“Understanding how these dynamics may influence their personal and professional choices in 2024 promises to be a compelling discussion,” the MarkMeets.com founder added.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Harry and Meghan suffered a slew of public image setbacks throughout the course of 2023.
First, the royal renegades lost their whopping $20 million deal with Spotify after Markle’s podcast, Archetypes, failed to garner enough interest to warrant its existence.
The pressing question is: can they bounce back? If Meghan and Harry are truly as resilient a couple as they assert, then maybe they can weather these disasters. However, based on what we’ve observed so far, that doesn’t appear to be the case.