Despite the denials, people close to the couple claimed they made Netflix stand behind the scenes home videos of their lives as royals, according to The Daily Mail.
Subsequently, the Sussex royalty announced their £ 112 million deal with the streaming giant.
The pair is believed to have initially been drawn to producer roles rather than on-screen performance with their deal.
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Meghan and Harry’s reps have clearly rejected any chance of a Sussex royal reality show.
In a statement sent to Deadline, the rep said: “Duke and Duchess are not participating in any reality shows.”
Netflix was more controversial on the details though, and declined to confirm what the couple were showing.
She told RadiTimes: “The couple already has several development projects, including an innovative nature documentary and an animated series that inspires women but we are not disclosing any programming slate at this time . “
A source close to the couple told that Meghan and Harry would be chased by cameras to capture their daily lives for three days.
He said: “They may have all these lofty ideas about the production of epics highlighting environmental causes and the poverty gap, but Netflix clearly wants the meat of its pound.
“Most of the documentaries will be about his benevolence rather than going behind closed doors,” he said.
“But it will still be a fascinating insight and Meghan hopes the audience gets to see the real one.”
Meghan and Harry’s million-pound deal with Netflix followed their decision to step back from the royal family in March.
Since then, the couple moved to Montecito, California and bought their first home before signing with the streaming giant.
The exact details of the couple’s contract with Netflix have not been revealed, but Meghan and Harry were rumored to be more involved in the production.
The couple said in a statement that in announcing the deal they would “focus on creating content that informs but also gives hope”.