The Duke of Sussex has made his Netflix debut in a new documentary as he urged society to ‘encourage and accept’ people with disabilities. Prince Harry, 35, who is currently living in a $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, has a starring role in a new Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix, which was released today and shares the history and stories behind the Paralympic Games. The Duke follows in the footsteps of Meghan Markle, 39, with the move to documentary work coming after the Duchess offered a voiceover for a Disney film earlier this year. Production company HTYT Films confirmed the Duke did not receive a fee for his appearance in Rising Phoenix. It comes after sources revealed in January that he and Meghan plan to make a living by providing voiceovers and producing documentaries on ‘worthy’ issues such as mental health and climate change. Prince Harry, 35, plays a starring role in a Netflix documentary about the Paralympics which was released today on the streaming service In the film, the Duke of Sussex exalts the success of the London Paralympics, claiming that many people thought the event would be ‘a failure.’ He said: ‘A lot of people, based on what they’d been… Read full this story
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