Meghan Markle, the wife of the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has announced her decision to step back from her duties as a senior member of the royal family and pursue her career, citing difficulties in adapting to the strict rules and lifestyle of the monarchy.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry vacated the royal family in 2019 after a chaotic incident when a royal family member challenged Meghan Markle about the skin tone of her son Archie. Meghan Reportedly slammed the one who asked the question, which led to the couple vacating the royal premises and living outside the royal house since then.
However, outside the royal operation, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had been doing exceedingly well by hosting and attending several programs, including the Invictus Games. But it seems that the duchess is now more dedicated to working on her new career.
The release of Prince Harry's Spare early this year gave a nugget that Meghan is ready to let go of her experiences at the royal house, and speculations have it that she is venturing into the world of government and politics. She might soon be running for political office as many think she is a suitable replacement for the now-late 90-year-old California veteran who passed away last week.
Reports revealed that the caring mother of two kids had a long virtual meeting with the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, and Prince Harry. The Governor went for another candidate to fill the vacant seat of Fesiten. Royal historians and experts believe that Meghan's venturing into politics was a wise decision; she had several things going for her in politics.
Meghan's strong ability to learn a script and digest seconds made her a perfect fit, and Americans, especially Californians, are not hostile to selecting their politicians from TinselTown. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Reghan were state governors before the latter became US president.
Another source also shared that Meghan might be venturing into fashion as she has been in touch with several fashion houses and directors of documentaries. It is said that Meghan wants the project solely based on giving out to society as a philanthropy. Harry also specified the critical issues of docuseries and fundraising.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to attend the first in-person event of their Archwell organization on October 10th. The event is a parent summit on mental health in the digital age, aimed at highlighting the efforts of parents to create a safer online environment for children and teenagers. As part of the event, Meghan and Harry will converse with General Vivek Murthy, the U.S. Surgeon, which Carson Daly will moderate.
One of the spokespersons for the couple shared with the outlet that "The families have been actively engaging with The Archewell Foundation for several years, helping the community to grow and providing them with solutions. They are united in their purpose and mission to share their personal experiences, research, discoveries, and data to ensure that the same incident does not happen to other families."