Meghan Markle could get one-woman show as Prince Harry twiddles his thumbs

Megan Markle could be forging ahead on her own career path after hiring a so-called super agent.

Offers are “pouring in” for the Duchess of Sussex who has been tipped to star in her own "one-woman show".

Meghan and husband Prince Harry upped sticks to California after stepping down from official royal duties in March 2020.

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The pair have taken on several projects together since they moved to the US and have also been working with their Archewell Foundation.

But after the collapse of her Spotify deal, Meghan could start striking out on her own.

According to The Express, the Duchess has reportedly hired a new agent who will help her to build professional connections, with royal commentator Daniela Elder believing she could forge her own path with a “one-woman show” without her husband in the world of entertainment.

She wrote for "For the first time since the couple tied the knot in 2018, and even more consequentially, for the first time since they launched their US careers in 2020, Meghan is largely forging ahead solo.

"Meghan has a new super agent and reportedly 'offers have been pouring in'."

Elser said Harry currently doesn’t have much time to collaborate with Meghan as he is currently busy with his Heart of Invictus documentary on Netflix, due for release in a few weeks' time.

She added: "It looks a lot like, for the first time, the couple are truly on divergent professional paths.

"While in recent years the Sussexes have gone along to charity outings clasping one another while racking up plump, juicy deals with corporate America as a welded-together twofer, this year is remarkable for how separate their working lives have become."

Earlier this week, Netflix confirmed there would be no end to the lucrative contract between the streaming giant and the royal couple after speculation mounted following the fallout from the end of their Spotify deal.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had recently confirmed their $20million contract with the audio streaming giant was ending, potentially on bad terms with one Spotify executive calling them “grifters”.

But a spokesperson for Netflix told Entertainment Tonight: "The bond with Archewell Productions is one we deeply value.

“Harry & Meghan launched as Netflix's most spectacular documentary debut to date.

"Our exciting journey with them isn't ending anytime soon. We're currently collaborating on numerous projects, including the much-anticipated documentary series Heart of Invictus."

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