There is reportedly not much that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are able to do except “moan” about the British Royal Family.

Geo News reported that the assertions came from Rafe Heydel-Mankoo during a recent interview with GB News. This comes after news broke that Netflix axed the former actress’s planned animated series, “Pearl,” as part of its strategic move.

The expert first deemed the situation a “complete disaster” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. He consequently noted that they are “good at talking the talk,” but the recent events are “calling into question whether they can walk the walk.”

Heydel-Mankoo continued that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry signed up deals with Netflix and Spotify. However, over a year has already passed, and “there is very little to show for it.”

Deadline was first to report about Netflix’s decision on Sunday, according to Page Six. It noted that the move, which affected several titles, is due to “budget cuts amid plummeting subscriber numbers.”

The Duchess of Sussex was previously announced to serve as an executive producer of “Pearl” under her and the Duke of Sussex’s production company, Archewell Productions. It was planned to revolve around a 12-year-old girl, who is “on a journey of self discovery” and “inspired” by famous women from history.

Days before the announcement regarding “Pearl,” a royal biographer seemingly questioned the deals Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made with both Netflix and Spotify. Speaking to Washington Post Live, Tina Brown even claimed that they are “going nowhere” as the public has yet to see the products, according to Express UK.

The expert, who recently published her latest work, “The Palace Papers,” explained that the Netflix deal has yet to fully materialize. She noted that there is “nothing” except for the upcoming documentary, “Heart of Invictus.”

Brown continued that it is the same with the Spotify deal. She stated that the podcast project “seems to have gone nowhere,” and the Duchess of Sussex is “doing a new one about Archetypes.”

She, later on, shared that the former working royals now appear to be “scrambling” for “entertainment deals” like celebrities “in the platformless universe.”

Amid all the talks, though, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, along with Archewell Productions, have yet to make any official statement. They seemed to be keeping their silence regarding the matter.

In other related news, the Duchess of Sussex has continued to make headlines these past few weeks. One of the latest issues she is facing involves the allegations against her, claiming she “hated every second” of her and the Duke of Sussex’s Australia tour in 2018.