Married to Prince Harry for three years, Meghan Markle made a 180 degree turn in January 2020 and stepped away from the working royal life once and for all. Since then, the Duchess of Sussex has returned to California, a homecoming, but does not escape her detractors. But if she makes the headlines, frequently finding herself under fire from critics, the ex-actress still calmly pursues her conversion away from the Crown and celebrates her 40th birthday this Wednesday, August 4. Among her biggest projects, she has notably two juicy contracts with Spotify and Netflix. Two agreements which are already bearing fruit with the production of a podcast called Archewell Audio as well as an animated series titled Pearl, which she intends to produce herself.
A series “which will celebrate extraordinary women throughout history”, as Meghan Markle was able to announce in a press release quoted by the American magazine Town and Country. And that’s not all since Prince Harry’s wife has also published a children’s book called The Bench. Meghan Markle is therefore far from being unemployed and pays little attention to the controversies that encumber her despite herself. Her family life was also enriched by the birth of her second child. A little sister for her son Archie whom she named Lilibet Diana.
What future plans for Meghan Markle?
Speculation around the Duchess’ future plans is rife and rumors are rife. If a public relations expert recently estimated that Meghan Markle would be ready to compete with Oprah Winfrey, snatching the title of queen of the American audiovisual industry, others attribute political ambitions to the main concerned. This would target the presidential election of 2024. Anyway, concern and indignation are at their height on the side of the monarchy. Meghan Markle’s plans do not prevent her from increasing indiscretions about her former daily life with the Windsors. She might even follow Prince Harry’s lead by publishing her own memoir. Another scandal in sight?
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