MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry want to secure an extension to their 12-month Megxit deal, with the Duke planning to fly back to the UK to discuss the agreement face-to-face.
Meghan Markle could accompany Prince Harry on the trip back to the UK, as the Queen’s grandson attempts to hash out a more permanent agreement to continue as non-working royals. The couple will first hold video calls with senior royals to lay the groundwork for carving out a more long-term deal.
Meghan and Harry’s existing Megxit deal, which was agreed at January’s Sandringham summit, is due to expire on March 31.
Royal insiders said the next round of talks are said to be “less confrontational” than at the first discussions, which are believed to have taken the Royal Family by surprise.
But royal aides will be set to pore over the Sussexes’ lucrative commercial contracts, such as the ones signed with Netflix and Spotify, to ensure they align with “the values of Her Majesty”.
The Duke and Duchess also want to ensure they keep their royal patronages, which was agreed in the first Megxit deal.
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