Now that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are settled in California, it seems like they are ready to engage in more projects.
"With restrictions easing and things slowly getting back to normal, I suspect Harry and Meghan will take this year by storm," PR expert Andy Barr said. "They’ve had their second child – and always said they’d only have two – so now, it’s all systems go. I think we’ll see a really heavy focus on their masterplan – solidifying their position as America’s ‘royal family’ — so there will definitely be more TV appearances."
The couple could become "bigger than their A-list peers who are floating around Hollywood right now," Barr noted.
Ever since the two left the royal family in 2020, they have nabbed big deals with Spotify and Netflix, and Harry also worked with Oprah Winfrey on their new AppleTV+ show, The Me You Can't See.
"Meghan is 100 percent the driving force behind this power couple – she has a lot of ambition and a lot she wants to achieve," Barr shared. "I fully expect them to have their own production company within five years and to be bigger than their A-list peers who are floating around Hollywood right now. I believe she’s looking to take Oprah’s crown – which is ironic, considering she’s given them a foothold in America."
Barr even believes the former actress, 40, could head to the White House at some point down the line.
“I really would not be surprised if, ultimately, Meghan has her sights set on bigger things, such as political ambitions – even running for President," he added.
Tom Bower — who is writing a biography about Meghan — also shared similar thoughts about the mom-of-two's potential political career.
"With the support of Democrat godfathers the Clintons and the Obamas, Meghan should have little difficulty getting nominated as one of the state’s 40 Congressmen sent to Washington," Bower wrote. "If Californians flock to her Crusade for Goodness, then after two terms — just four years — she can establish her political roots. After that, fate would take over. If one of the state’s two Senate seats comes free and she has mastered the trade, a mixed-race woman should be a strong runner."
"Meghan certainly has the guts and self-belief to fight to the top of the greasy pole. The question is whether she has the stamina," he added.