PRINCE Harry’s much-anticipated Apple TV+ series has stalled despite being in the making for more than two years.
The mental health documentary serial was due to be released last autumn with Harry, 36, working alongside Oprah Winfrey, 66.
But several delays mean it is now not expected to arrive until later in 2021.
No firm release date has yet been announced.
Insiders say Covid-19 restrictions, Harry’s exit from the Royal Family and move to the US with Meghan, 39, have slowed down production.
Filming schedules are believed to have been changed by the upheaval.
The postponement was kept under wraps as “delays never look good”.
But the series is not expected to be ready until spring.
A Sussex Royal Instagram post said in 2019: “We are excited to announce The Duke of Sussex and Oprah Winfrey are partners, co-creators and executive producers on their forthcoming mental health series launching on Apple in 2020.”
Harry and Meg have launched a podcast and signed a deal to make TV series, films and kids’ shows for Netflix.
Harry and Apple TV+ were approached for comment.
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