He's not the first peer to use his peerage title to make money. But in the entertainment industry, peers usually either don't use their titles at all, or use the peerage as their surname. He could call himself Harry Sussex for work purposes. Of course, unlike Harry, the other peers that come to mind (Lord Haden-Guest a/k/a Christopher Guest, The 8th Earl of Harewood a/k/a as David Lascelles, the 7th Lord Brabourne a/k/a John Brabourne) weren't hired because of their titles.
For the purpose of this gig, I think just using Prince Harry would have been the best option. It is the name he is best known by.
But if his wife had also appeared, what to call her would be a problem. She's usually listed as Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (which is the style of a widow or divorcée), Duchess Meghan (just as incorrect as Princess Diana) or Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex (wrong for many reasons).
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