Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be “the $10 billion royal couple”—with their multi-year Netflix and Spotify deals dwarfed by investments, experts say.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will make podcasts for Spotify through production company Archewell Audio.
That contract has been estimated at between $35 million and $75 million, while a multi-year deal to produce shows for Netflix is thought to be worth up to $150 million.
However, Meghan also invested this week with Clevr Blends, which makes instant oat-milk lattes at $28 for a bag containing 14 servings.
Professor Johnathan Shalit, founder of U.K.-based InterTalent Rights Group, told Newsweek the key to their soaring net worth will lie in those kind of investments.
He said: “My guess is they’ll be the $10 billion royal couple. I’ll tell you why, the way you become multi-billionaires is you get involved before the shares explode.
“Lots of startups and companies are going to want Meghan and Harry attached to their product so that in turn will create other investors and other shareholders.
“So they’re like a shop window for investors. Meghan’s going to be a door opener creating opportunities for her partners to get more money.