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Prince Harry drops his short Invictus Games documentary on Hulu after multimillion-dollar Netflix deal

By Suki Reid|

A short documentary which follows Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's recent trip to Canada for the Invictus Games One Year To Go event ?has now been released.

While the ?The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a five-year deal with Netflix in 2020, seeing the couple reportedly earn ?80 million ($154 million), their latest project has not been released on the streaming service.

The documentary was instead dropped on Disney-owned Hulu, featuring interviews with Harry discussing the significance the Games hold for himself and injured war veterans.

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Prince Harry's short documentary about his Canada visit dropped on Hulu. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP)

The series became available to streamers over the weekend and is titled Prince Harry's Mission: Life, Family and the Invictus Games.

It focuses on a recent interview the Duke of Sussex gave to?ABC News?whilst in Canada for Participating Nations Winter Training Camp, an opportunity that provided team managers, coaches, and competitors the experience of winter adaptive sports ahead of the Games next year.?

Speculation remains over why Harry chose to partner with Hulu for this project.

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Harry and Meghan spent time in Whistler and Vancouver as part of the One Year To Go event. (Getty)
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Harry and Meghan brokered multimillion-dollar, five-year deal with Netflix? in 2020.

Since that deal was signed, the couple released their joint series Harry & Meghan, as well as Heart of Invictus.?

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The couple are still in the middle of a five-year deal with Netflix. (Getty)

The couple have also been rumoured to be seeking a new commercial deal, recently spotted networking during a red carpet appearance in Jamaica, speaking with the boss of Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon.?

In a 2021 CBS?interview, Harry shed some light on why they had been working on these commercial deals, revealing they had been left without a source of income when leaving the royal family.

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"My family literally cut me off financially, and I had to afford security for us," he said at the time. "[I was cut off] in the first quarter of 2020. But I've got what my mum left me and without that, we would not have been able to do this."?

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