Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are allegedly feeling the pressure in Hollywood.

In its May 23 issue, Life & Style claimed that the cancelation of Markle’s animated series, Pearl took a toll on her and Prince Harry.

Now, a source is claiming that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are hoping that their Invictus Games documentary would be a hit. If not, they might be canceled by Netflix altogether.

“The news that Pearl had been dropped came as a shock to Meghan. She and Harry and praying that their Invictus Games documentary does well because they desperately need to prove they’re worth the money Netflix paid them,” the source said.

They added that the Invictus Games documentary is the only thing that Prince Harry and Markle are focused on right now. After all, they don’t have anything else on the table.

“Netflix has shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay for staff, first-class flights, security, and hotels. They still plan to run the doc. It wouldn’t make sense to pull out this late in the game, but Meghan and Harry are really panicking. Netflix is their biggest contract and losing it would be a huge setback,” the source said.

While it is true that Markle’s animated series Pearl was canceled on Netflix, there’s no proof that this caused her and Prince Harry too much stress. After all, the couple still has the Invictus Games documentary in the works.

Other than this, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have also made lucrative deals with other companies like Spotify. And Prince Harry is also gearing to release his first tell-all. So, income-wise, Prince Harry and Markle do not have anything to worry about.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle also made headlines recently amid claims that they are stressing over their attendance at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee.

Even though the couple won’t appear on the balcony alongside the royal family, they are still expected to be on their best behavior.

Prince Harry and Markle are allegedly plotting to make headlines during the event. And the royal family is worried that they would once again upstage the queen.

The couple has been accused of upstaging members of the royal family throughout the past couple of years. In fact, they announced their decision to quit The Firm on Kate Middleton’s birthday.