Kim Kardashian's endorsement company seeks commercial requests for Meghan and Harry, couple deny partnership
Though they have denied the interest, the post that asks Sheeraz Inc's global clients to send in commercial requests for the couple is still up on the Instagram page
Kim Kardashian's endorsement company claims that they are now taking commercial requests for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Sheeraz Inc has asked it's clients for requests which they can then pass on to the Sussex's representatives. The palace has denied hiring the firm in the first place, however, Sheeraz Inc took to Instagram to post their request. The post read, "Sheeraz Inc. is now taking appearance and endorsement requests for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Sheeraz Inc. clients from the Middle East, India, US and Asia can send us official offers and we will take them directly to their representatives."
A representative of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has also denied hiring the company to represent them, however, the post that asks Sheeraz's global clients to send in commercial requests for the couple is still up on the Instagram page which has about 1 million followers.
Sheeraz Inc is run by Sheeraz Hasan who has also worked with clients including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Zendaya, Priyanka Chopra, Paris Hilton and the Jackson family. This request comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken a step back from their royal titles.
The couple along with their son Archie also said that they will be moving to North America. The Queen also confirmed on January 13 that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be moving their home base from Frogmore Cottage to Canada.
There are also reports of Meghan returning to screen, now that the couple has chosen to be financially independent of the Palace. In fact, during the premiere of 'The Lion King', footage of Prince Harry praising wife Markle's voice over skills to the director of the film Jon Favreau while Beyonce and her husband listened to the conversation made many uncomfortable.
There are also speculations of Markle working on a Netflix reality show titled 'I do, Redo', however the palace has denied the same as "categorically untrue," according to a report in Daily Mail.