It rolls off the tongue as easily as if it were one word now: Harry and Meghan. We are so used to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle doing basically everything together—whether during their brief time as working royals or, after, as cofounders of Archewell—that to think of them as anything but a unit career-wise seems…weird. But that could be in the cards very soon, multiple outlets report.
Page Six reports that Meghan could soon be a “one-woman show”—no, not in her personal life, but professionally. For instance, only she actually produced content for Spotify (although it doesn’t much matter anymore, since that deal was axed earlier this month), and only she signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME) earlier this year. While Harry and Meghan still have their Netflix deal very much on the table, they might also be poised to do their own thing, too. (Nothing wrong with that—in fact, there’s a lot right with it.)
“It is looking increasingly like the duchess has traded their Sussex double act for her own one-woman show,” Daniela Elser wrote for news.com.au. “Meghan—and only Meghan—has a new super agent and reportedly ‘offers have been pouring in’ for Meghan—and only Meghan.”
Elser is referring to talent agent Ari Emanuel, who will lead the team representing Meghan at WME. Meanwhile, Harry’s Netflix series, Heart of Invictus, will premiere in August, and Meghan and her team are “plotting her next chapter,” Elser writes.
“It looks a lot like, for the first time, the couple are truly on divergent professional paths,” she continues.
While we’re excitedly anticipating what exactly Meghan (and Harry) does next, rumors suggest she could be lining up projects that range from relaunching her blog, “The Tig” to social media partnerships to possibly even writing a memoir of her own, a la Harry’s Spare.
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Rachel Burchfield is a writer, editor, and podcaster whose primary interests are fashion and beauty, society and culture, and, most especially, the British Royal Family and other royal families around the world. She serves as Marie Claire’s Senior Celebrity and Royals Editor and has also contributed to publications like Allure, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, People, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and W, among others. Before taking on her current role with Marie Claire, Rachel served as its Weekend Editor and later Royals Editor. She is the cohost of Podcast Royal, a show that was named a top five royal podcast by The New York Times. A voracious reader and lover of books, Rachel also hosts I’d Rather Be Reading, which spotlights the best current nonfiction books hitting the market and interviews the authors of them. Rachel frequently appears as a media commentator, and she or her work has appeared on outlets like NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, CNN, and more.
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