The Duchess of Sussex was rumored to be negotiating a partnership with Dior, but their teams eventually shut down the assertion.
"I think she’s looking desperately for an endorsement with something like Dior and that’s been a disappointment because she hasn’t landed one contract," Bower added.
In June, Spotify announced they were parting ways with Archewell Audio, ultimately pulling the plug on "Archetypes." As a result, Meghan and Harry's inability to establish themselves in the entertainment industry led to them being called the "biggest losers of 2023" by The Hollywood Reporter.
"In 2020, the royal duo fled a life of ceremonial public service to cash in their celebrity status in the States," the publication wrote. "But after a whiny Netflix documentary, a whiny biography (Spare — even the title is a pouty gripe) and an inert podcast, the Harry and Meghan brand swelled into a sanctimonious bubble just begging to be popped — and South Park was the pin."
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"The show’s 20-minute 'World-Wide Privacy Tour' takedown in March was savage, and was followed by Spotify dropping "Archetypes," with a top executive labeling the duo 'grifters,'" the outlet continued.
"Still, all the scorn and mockery beats otherwise having to attend 200-plus official royal family engagements a year, which sounds h---ish," they concluded.
Although Harry & Meghan and Spare were profitable for the couple, the confidant said they're finally done discussing their time in the monarchy.
“There’s this perception that Harry and Meghan have been snubbed in the entertainment industry,” they said. “But the way they see it, they’re choosing quality over quantity instead of grabbing every opportunity that comes their way.”
Bower spoke to Closer.