The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to embark on new endeavours since stepping back from their royal roles.
A report from CNBC indicates that Prince Harry is in talks with global investment banking juggernaut Goldman Sachs to appear in their online series.
The news comes less than a week after his guest appearance at a private JPMorgan event in Miami, where he discussed his personal struggles with mental health.
A source with “knowledge of the situation” reported that this will likely be a primary focus of his “Talks at GS” interview as well, along with the needs of armed forces veterans.
A source close to the prince confirmed to Harper’s Bazaar that this would not be part of their new independence but to do with one of Harry’s many patronages. They also reported that negotiations have been happening for well over a year and that he would not be paid for it.
The company has welcomed various high-profile names to take part in the series, including Disney CEO Roger Iger and fellow Brit David Beckham.