• Shocking shake-up at Sussex HQ
  • Harry and Meghan's TV boss quits
  • Archewell Productions faces a setback

In a move that's got the grapevine buzzing, Prince Harry (39) and Meghan Markle (42) have bid farewell to a key player in their Hollywood hustle. Bennett Levine, the hotshot manager of Archewell Productions, has flown the coop, folks!

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Levine, who climbed the ladder from coordinator to manager faster than you can say "royal drama," announced his departure with a LinkedIn update that's got everyone talking. "I'm starting a new position at Cinetic Media," he declared, leaving the Sussex camp with one less knight in their entertainment chess game.

The 'Daily Mail's Richard Eden didn't mince words, calling it a "blow to the company." And blow it might be, considering Archewell's track record with Netflix hits like 'Harry & Meghan' and 'Heart of Invictus,' not to mention the animated kiddie delight, 'Pearl.'

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But wait, there's more! The plot thickens with whispers of Netflix nudging the couple for more binge-worthy content to lock down their £80million deal. And let's not forget the Paramount Pictures intrigue, with the duo jetting off to Jamaica for the 'Bob Marley: One Love' premiere. Coincidence or competitive courting?

Amidst this managerial mayhem, we can't ignore the Spotify saga. Meghan's 'Archetypes' podcast wrapped up its first and final season, despite the fanfare and famous voices like Serena Williams and Mariah Carey. The Archewell-Spotify split was all smiles and handshakes, but we've got to wonder, what's next for the Sussex soundwaves?

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As the Sussexes navigate these choppy entertainment waters, one thing's for sure – the world is watching, and we're all ears for the next chapter of this royal rollercoaster!