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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are “presenting a very united front” with insiders rejecting claims that the couple could be on the verge of splitting.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be heading in different career paths. Harry will reportedly travel to Africa to shoot a new documentary as part of the couple’s $100million deal with Netflix, while Meghan will likely focus on her own projects in the US.
Speculation of a split have intensified this week, with RadarOnline reporting a source as saying the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “taking time apart”.
But those claims have been rejected, with a friend of the Sussexes saying they are “literally made up”, while royal author Katie Nicholl insisted they are “very, very close”.
She suggested the claims began when Meghan was “noticeable by her absence” during Harry’s book promotion, but insisted the Sussexes have “a sort of spark between them that always struck me as being very authentic”.
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Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight: “Up until then they’ve very much been a partnership, and at this crucial moment where Harry’s doing the boldest and possibly bravest thing of his life, she’s not there for him.
“And that has continued and led to more rumours of a split, of a split being on the horizon and yet, there is no evidence. They’re presenting a very united front.”
The strong defense of Meghan and Harry comes after a close friend of the Sussexes also rejected that there was any truth in the reports of a split.
The couple were said to have been “taking time apart”, but a source told Page Six: “It’s not true, it’s literally made up.”
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A royal biographer and friend of Meghan Markle has also rushed to voice his support of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Omid Scobie, a known “cheerleader” for the Sussexes, has hit back at the rumours the Sussexes’ marriage may be encountering problems.
He wrote to his 127,000 followers on Twitter: “I’m not sure everyone realises what kind of outlet Radar is.
“If you believe the site’s ‘marriage on the rocks’ nonsense then you also believe their other royal ‘scoops’.”
Harry’s next immediate project in his career will be his Heart of Invictus documentary, which is set to premiere on Netflix next month.
The show follows a group of competitors, from around the globe, all service members who have suffered life-changing injuries or illnesses, on their road to the Invictus Games in The Hague last year.
Harry founded the Invictus Games in 2014, with his inspiration coming from his visit to the Warrior Games in the US a year earlier, where he witnessed the ability of sport to help both psychologically and physically.
Meanwhile, Meghan is said to be considering a return to acting, having starred as Rachel Zane in hit US legal drama Suits for several years before she met her future husband.
Earlier this month, it was reported Meghan is being considered for a part in a proposed sequel to the 1992 box office hit The Bodyguard.
The original movie saw the late Whitney Houston playing a singer called Rachel Marron, who enlists bodyguard and former Secret Service agent Frank Farmer (played by Kevin Costner) after she gets a sinister stalker tracking her every move.
Costner, who also served as a producer on the original movie, is said to be pitching the sequel with Meghan apparently interested.
A source told New Idea magazine: “The only thing Kevin loves more than an underdog like Meghan is a box office hit.”
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