Foreign media reports Meghan feels happier, relaxed following royal resignation

Foreign media reports Meghan feels happier, relaxed following royal resignation

- A source told UK Sun that Meghan Markle feels free without her previous royal responsibility

- The Duchess of Sussex also reportedly said that the family has enough time for each other with their resignation

- According to the same source, Meghan felt she would not have been a good enough mother for Archie if she was still performing her royal duties

Meghan Markle has reportedly said that she and her husband, Prince Harry, have been having a good time together following their resignation from royalty.

A source quoted by UK Sun said that Meghan is free of burdens as Harry now has more time for the family.

“Meghan has no regrets and the sky’s the limit. She said (she and Harry) feel like a huge weight has been lifted.

“They’ve been spending quality time together as a family. Meghan has been cooking and making homemade baby food for Archie,” the source said.

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She also reportedly said that she does not want their new baby, Archie, to pick up on her stress and anxiety.

According to the source, Meghan added that she could not be the best mother if she cannot express her true self, saying there were too many bottled up frustrations.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Prince Harry and Meghan were allegedly in talks with an international investment bank, Goldman Sachs, to build their brand.

It was also gathered that experts 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.

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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.

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The claim, however, said that Goldman Sachs did not comment on the event just like the couple’s management team never responded to any question.

Recall that Meghan and Harry's decision to step down as senior members of the royal family sparked a heated debate on and offline. While some supported their decision, others blamed Meghan.

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