According to royal expert Ingrid Seward, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future ventures may hinge on King Charles’ approval. Seward emphasizes that If a couple is counting on a steady flow of upcoming projects, they will need the blessing of the monarch, as reported by The New York Post.
The royal author suggests that the ongoing rift between Prince Harry and the Royal Family is likely to persist until 2024.
Expressing Harry’s firm stance on returning to the UK only with the expected security measures, Seward highlighted ongoing legal battles, particularly with the Home Office, where Harry has adamantly stood his ground.
While Harry’s upcoming court appearances are imminent, the Sussexes face mounting pressure to deliver results in their Hollywood endeavors.
As for the potential reconciliation of members of the Royal Family, Seward notes King Charles’s desire to reunite with his younger son and grandchildren: “Last summer he invited them to Balmoral, which the Sussexes turned down.”
She underscores the couple’s needs for the King and his blessing much more than the King needs them.
PR expert Mark Borkowski forewarns that the coming year might be pivotal for the couple’s brand, predicting a potential positive turnaround or the unraveling of their image. Reported by Daily Mail.
Their deals this year, particularly Meghan’s collaboration with WME, hint at promising projects. However, recent reports suggest the agency’s reconsideration due to the ongoing controversy surrounding Omid Scobie’s scandal book, “Endgame”. Harry and Meghan’s conspicuous silence has faced criticism from experts.