Meghan may leave Harry to work on something ‘bigger and better’, Lady C claims

Lady Colin Campbell has claimed Meghan Markle would only "split professionally" from Prince Harry for something “bigger and better”.

Meghan joined Prince Harry in the Royal Family when the couple married in May 2018. However, they have since quit as working royal and relocated to the US, establishing a number of ventures together.

This includes setting up their charitable Archewell foundation, through which they have signed deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify, although fans are yet to see many releases on either platform.

And, recently, a royal commentator claimed that Harry and Meghan might split professionally, and adopt a new strategy of working solo on causes close to their hearts.

However, speaking on her YouTube channel, royal commentator Lady Colin Campbell, known as Lady C, has suggested these rumours are unlikely to come about.

“I think she will only leave him – if ever – when something bigger and better comes along,” she claimed.

“She [Meghan] is going to need something that is a better supply of what she requires. And I have no doubt that it is a combination of worldly as well as personal; not that easy to replace."

Lady C did, however, acknowledge that there could be some potential benefits to the couple of going their separate ways.

“Splitting them up gives them twice the opportunity, twice the manoeuvrability, twice the mobility," she continued.

“If something backfires on one of them, the hope is the other won’t be tainted the way they are being when they do things jointly.”

The Sussexes have faced criticism from some commentators for their work over the last year.

When the couple signed up as impact partners to an ethical investment firm in October, they were criticised by a royal biographer who claimed they “know zero” about finance.

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More recently, Harry has been called “out of touch” when he suggested that people should quit their jobs if they feel unhappy while speaking at an event for one of the projects he is involved with.

But, after a report found Meghan was the target of an online “racist” hate campaign, the prince has also taken the opportunity to hit back at online trolls.

Speaking at an online summit, he slammed the term “Megxit” as “misogynistic” and said: “More than 70% of the hate speech about my wife on Twitter can be traced to fewer than 50 accounts.”

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