The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could breach their concurrence with the Queen by pursuing private work before officially resigning from the royal family.
However, it appears they have already made a start in their pursuit of private work without relying on public funds from which they might get paid before the spring, questioning the formerly stated concurrence.
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Last week, Harry made a speech at a JPMorgan event in Miami, reportedly discussing mental health, the trauma of losing his mother, and the decision behind “Megxit.” According to the Mirror, Harry also held talks with Goldman Sachs, though it’s unknown if he’s been paid by the company.
Public-Relations personnel suggested the publication that the couple could earn up to £1 billion ($1.3 billion) through corporate deals and brand-ambassador roles.
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However, if these deals happen before the couple receives public funds in the spring, it can gamble the terms of “Megxit.”
The duo has not yet completely stepped back from the Windsor family, opening the possibility of a final royal appearance at Westminster Abbey’s Commonwealth Day service in March. The Buckingham Palace hinted “members of the royal family have been invited” to attend the service.
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Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator, told Insider, “The agreement with the Queen technically starts in the spring. Harry and Meghan have said they want to be financially independent. It is not known whether they were paid for their JPMorgan appearance, but obviously this area is where their future lies.”
He added, “Connections with Goldman Sachs are likewise likely to be lucrative as the couple are obviously keen not to have to rely on Charles for their funding and also to build their Sussex Royal brand into one of the world’s most successful, and heighten their profile as charitable activists as well”.
Daily Mail royal correspondent Rebecca English reports, Harry and Markle are still expected to receive private funds from the Duchy of Cornwall which is managed by Prince Charles.
Another royal commentator, Joe Little, the managing editor of Majesty magazine told Insider, “We don’t know the specifics of the agreement with the Queen, so it’s impossible to say if Harry and Meghan have done something they shouldn’t. ‘Spring’ is pretty vague, but I’d imagine there’s a degree of flexibility with all the relevant parties.”
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