Meghan Markle and Harry: Experts discuss one year review
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry could be completely forgotten in as little as 10 years, royal commentators have warned. Speaking about the Duke and Duchess’ upcoming review with the Palace over their exit agreement, Us Weekly’s Royally Us show hosts pinpointed what could be discussed. Molly Mulshine and Christina Garibaldi also addressed claims that the couple would never consider becoming working royals again as they have already been so successful out of the monarchy.
Ms Garibaldi told viewers: “A lot of this has to do with Harry still maintaining his military titles, which I think is really important to him.
“That’s probably something that they want to work out.
“But if you leave the Royal Family, you probably can’t have it all.”
Ms Mulshine added: “I think there will come a day when Meghan and Harry are no longer the It couple of the moment.”
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She continued: “Maybe they will want a little bit of a quieter life back within the royal fold.
“You just never know, so I think that might be why they want to keep that door open.”
Ms Garibaldi agreed, joking: “Give it another ten years, and when Prince George starts dating.
“We won’t even know their names anymore.”
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The Duke and Duchess’ Sandringham agreement is expected to be reviewed this spring, marking 12 months since their departure from the Royal Family.
As part of the deal, they had to give up their HRH titles and Harry’s military appointments were also taken off of him.
There have been some suggestions that the decision surrounding the Duke’s title, and some of the couple’s patronages, could be reversed.
Outside of the Royal Family, Meghan and Harry have already announced a number of ventures that they will be involved with.
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This includes multi-year mega-deals with US streaming giants, Netflix and Spotify, as well as their own non-profit.
According to Spotify, Archewell Audio will produce programming that “uplifts and entertains audiences around the world and features diverse perspectives and voices”.
For Netflix, the Sussexes are expected to produce and possibly starring in documentaries, feature films and children’s programmes.
The website for their Archewell foundation also dropped at the start of the year, signalling that they are moving forward with plans to officially launch the non-profit in the coming months.
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