According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan are seeking to extend the duration of their 12-month “Megxit” agreement, which will allow them to continue serving as non-working royals in California.
The Sun reported on Saturday that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to meet senior royals on Zoom in January before Harry travels to the UK-under COVID restrictions-to reach an agreement.
Harry and Meghan’s current deal with Buckingham Palace allows them to retain royal patronage or charitable support duties, but it is due to expire on March 31.
“The Sun” pointed out that the two are keen to continue patronizing.
Harry is titled Chairman of the African Parks non-profit conservation charity and the Invictus Games Foundation.
“The Sun” reported that Harry also hopes to regain the military position he was deprived of his reputation during Megsett.
After Harry and Meghan and Meghan reached deals worth US$100 million and US$30 million with Netflix and Spotify, news of the upcoming negotiations came out.
According to media reports, senior royals will scrutinize these transactions carefully to ensure that they conform to the “underlying values.”
The couple angered the royal family. They announced on social media in January that they wanted to resign as a senior royal family so that they could live an independent life in the United States.
Harry and Meghan also hope to return to England in April to participate in the 95th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s birth, at the 100th anniversary of the birth of Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh in June, and The 60th birthday of Princess Diana (Diana) kicked off on July 1, “The Sun” reported.