Prince Harry and Meghan are seeking to extend their 12-month “Magsit” contract that will allow them to continue as jobless royals in California.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to meet with senior royals above the zoom in January – before Harry travels to the United States to seal the deal, The Sun reported Saturday.
Harry and Meghan’s current contract with Buckingham Palace allows them to retain their royal patronage or charitable assistance responsibilities, but expires on March 31.
The two are keen to retain their patronage, The Sun noted.
Meghan’s patronage includes organizations that promote women’s empowerment, universal education, and animal welfare.
Harry’s African Park includes his title as president of the nonprofit conservation charity and the Invictus Games Foundation.
According to The Sun, Harry is expecting to snatch an honorable military position from him during Magsit’s tenure.
News of the upcoming talks comes after Harry and Meghan signed a $ 100 million and 30 30 million deal each with Netflix and Spotify.
Senior Royals will investigate these deals to make sure they “meet the values of His Excellency”.
The couple infuriated the royal family by announcing on social media in January that they could lead a separate life in the United States so they wanted to resign Senior Royal.
Harry and Meghan are also set to return to the UK in April for Queen Elizabeth II’s 95th birthday in April, Prince Philip of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday in June and to unveil a statue of Princess Diana on her 60th birthday, The Sun reported.