“The best thing that they can do, from either perspective, is to keep a low profile and go about making some well-produced films, preferably that focus on their environmental work, their work with veterans and their advocacy for the vulnerable.

“If such film proves to be high quality and well watched, then they will earn themselves careers and reputations as film-makers with actual clout, and not as one trick ponies.”

As noted by Mr Coram-James, polls carried out both in the UK and in the US in recent months suggested Meghan and Harry’s popularity has dropped among people on both sides of the Atlantic.

YouGov polls over the years have suggested Meghan and Harry’s popularity among Britons started decreasing noticeably after their interview with Oprah Winfrey in early 2021.

On the other hand, a series of polls conducted by Redfield & Wilton for Newsweek suggested the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s popularity among Americans started being badly affected following the release of their six-part biographical docu-series of Netflix, Harry & Meghan, and the memoir Spare.

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