Meghan Markle’s Financial Crisis Emerges Following Spotify Podcast Deal
According to CELEB sources, Meghan Markle has allegedly been grappling with financial concerns since her lucrative podcast deal with Spotify.
According to CELEB sources, Meghan Markle has allegedly been grappling with financial concerns since her lucrative podcast deal with Spotify. The Duchess of Sussex, alongside Prince Harry, who left their senior royal roles in 2020, has been navigating the challenges of their post-royal life in Hollywood.
Our source disclosed that Meghan experiences heightened anxiety when she feels a lack of control, particularly in the context of their evolving Hollywood careers. They mentioned the couple’s label as “grifters” by a podcast executive within the company.
The pressures associated with establishing themselves in the entertainment industry, coupled with ongoing financial concerns and Harry’s frequent travel, have reportedly taken a toll on Meghan’s mental well-being. Friends close to the couple have expressed concern about the possibility of her spiraling under the mounting stress.
The source emphasized that being in significant debt is a major source of stress for Meghan. The financial burden and the desire to sustain their lavish lifestyle have been challenging.
Harry has previously acknowledged that they hurriedly secured their reported $20 million Spotify deal because they needed funds for security following their financial detachment from King Charles. They were also grappling with a $9.5 million mortgage on their $14.65 million Montecito estate.
Meghan later admitted that, at the time of purchasing their home, they “didn’t have jobs” and were reluctant to confront the reality of their financial limitations.
Despite their financial struggles, the couple reportedly made significant efforts to acquire their home. However, the source noted that they are no longer in a position to take such financial risks.