- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be in talks with Goldman Sachs as a way to boost their brand
- According to a report by Daily Mail, their brand, if well managed, could rake in £1 billion (N471,159,600,000) within a decade
- Both the investment bank and the management team of the Sussexes declined to comment on the issue
According to Daily Mail, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in talks with an international investment bank, Goldman Sachs, to build their brand.
The same media also noted that experts have said that the brand could be worth £1 billion (N471,159,600,000) within 10 years.
The couple reportedly asked to speak at one of the sessions of GS events. The talks with the bank were also said to have happened when the duo holidayed in Canada in November 2019.
Though stars do not get a fee to speak at the event, the appearance could go a long way in boosting the future of the Sussexes, especially with the bank.
The report, however, said that Goldman Sachs has not commented on the event just like the couple’s management team never responded to any question.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Queen asked Prince Harry and Meghan to attend the yearly Commonwealth Service with the royal family in March.
The government representatives of all the 53 members of the commonwealth will be at the Westminister Abbey for the event on Monday, March 9.
During the event in 2019, Meghan was heavily pregnant with Archie. With the new invitation, the couple will have to change their schedules.
The couple was said to have earned $1m (N363,000,000) for their appearance at a JP Morgan event in Florida, United States.
The former actress and the prince attended the JP Morgan-sponsored alternative investment summit held in Florida on Thursday, February 6.
It was gathered that Prince Harry gave a speech at the exclusive event, which was attended by billionaires.
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Harry was said to have discussed that he has been in therapy for the past few years to help him cope with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana.
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