The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the world when they announced in January that they were stepping down from their roles as senior royals. The couple have had to forfeit many of their royal privileges as they seek to carve out a “financially independent” life for themselves. But despite this Meghan and Harry remain adamant that they have made the right decision.
A well placed source told the US Weekly: “Harry’s much happier in Canada and feels a lot more relaxed.
“So far he doesn’t regret the move.”
The insider went on to explain that Harry took the momentous decision to protect his family.
The source said: “That was his number one priority and that’s exactly what he’s done.”
Harry expressed just such a desire in an emotional speech he gave at the UK-Africa Summit in London in January.
The Duke of Sussex told his audience: “What I want to make clear is we’re not walking away, and we certainly aren’t walking away from you.
“Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the Commonwealth, and my military associations, but without public funding.
“Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible.
According to the Mirror, a key member of the team is Nick Collins of The Gersh Agency.
Mr Collins acts as the agent for Tobey Maguire of Spider-Man fame, as well as Jamie Fox, and is now responsible for handling profitable film, TV and philanthropic offers for Meghan and Harry.
Other members of the crack team include Meghan’s former Beverly Hills business manager Andrew Meyer and Hollywood lawyer Rick Genow.
The team are exploring the possibility of working with Netflix, after the company’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, said the online streaming company would welcome a deal with the royals.
In addition, Meghan and Harry will discuss how to promote causes close to their hearts, including the environment and the fight against HIV and AIDS.
The Duke and Duchess are also looking at earning potentially million of pounds in the corporate world, after Harry held exploratory talks about a role with the controversial US investment bank Goldman Sachs.
Royal sources told the Daily Mirror that contact with the US bank started back in November.
Harry could follow in the footsteps of other celebrities, such as David Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow, who have been guest speakers at the bank’s “Talks at GS” events.
Although the bank does not pay its guest speakers, sources claim that it could pave the way for Harry and Meghan to establish a future profitable relationship.