Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have been secretly filming their New York City tour for a rumoured Netflix documentary about their lives.
Last week, the couple made their first public appearance since the birth of their second child, Lilibet.
They paid their respects to the victims of the September 11th attack at the 9/11 memorial in downtown Manhattan, met with the governor of New York State and the mayor of NYC, visited a school in Harlem and appeared at the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park.
According to Page Six, as part of their trip, they were accompanied by their own videographer and their own photographer.
Harry was spotted wearing a mic during the pair’s visit to Harlem’s soul food eatery, Melba Friday.
He had a wire around his neck, which was then seen tucked into his trouser pocket.
Despite the hot NYC weather which saw temperatures reach the mid-twenties, Meghan was seen sporting a wardrobe of heavy winter coats, which appears to be thick enough to hide a mic.
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Sources close to the couple say they have been collecting footage for the archives of their Archewell foundation.
However, according to Page Six, one of the first things they ever discussed with Netflix before signing a multi-million-pound deal last year, was making a documentary about their lives.
The Sussexes also have other projects in the work too, with Harry working on a documentary on the Invictus Game, while Meghan has teamed up with Sir Elton John’s husband, producer David Furnish, on an animated series.
In December they also announced a multi-million-pound deal with Spotify for their Archewell Audio podcast, while Harry also signed a mega deal for his memoirs.
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The Daily Star has contacted the Duke and Duchess for comment.
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