Despite leaving the royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are gearing to travel more in the next year, a source has claimed.
“According to a very good source, Harry and Meghan are planning even more, shall we say, ‘fake royal tours’ in 2022,” royal expert Neil Sean said on his YouTube channel. “Apparently they are looking to tour Australia, Japan and back to certain areas of the United States."
Since the duo are "not that popular right now," they're "hoping to reignite their once popularity in far-flung places.”
Additionally, it gives Harry, 37, an opportunity to promote his new memoir, Sean suggested.
In September, Meghan, 40, and her husband visited New York City, where they met with public figures in addition to exploring the 9/11 museum.
However, many criticized the move, fuming that part of the reason why they left the U.K. was not to be in the spotlight anymore.
"Their stepping-out last week will no doubt be the first of many similar appearances and visits. Harry and Meghan are setting a precedent for their new line of work, and what they have decided they will be," Duncan Larcombe told Closer magazine. "They essentially did a royal visit, like they used to in the U.K. – just on their own terms and in their own way. So it seems they have quit life in the U.K. to do exactly what they did here over in the States. Their visit to the memorial last week makes them the first two ‘royals’ – if they can still be considered that – to pay their respects at the 20th anniversary of 9/11."
He continued, “There will no doubt be a lot of meetings at the Palace and talks over how they are going to approach Harry and Meghan’s plans. This visit was a huge two fingers up to the royal family and shows the royal feud is far from over.”