Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's ambition to become a "global humanitarian power couple" has been "put on ice", according to a royal expert.
The comment comes following the end of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Spotify deal – with the pair now looking for new ventures.
And it would appear that Harry isn't being offered the same opportunities as his wife.
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Writing for the Daily Mail, royal commentator Alison Boshoff said: "Meghan, the ink fresh on her management deal with the ultimate Hollywood agent, Ari Emanuel at WME, is still pursuing creative and commercial opportunities.
"It was a solo deal — not her and Harry — and an enormous coup."
Speaking of the Duke of Sussex, Boshoff claimed that Harry could be taking a slightly different route.
She said: "Harry, meanwhile, is said to be gravitating back to charity and campaigning work, planning a return to Africa to film a documentary following in the footsteps of his mother — a venture that will see him travelling to the continent alone."
As for what that means for their immediate future, she added: "Their ambition to become a global humanitarian power couple seems, for the moment at least, to be on ice."
It was confirmed last month that the couple's £15million deal with Spotify had come to an end after just over two years – with only one podcast series coming from it.
The decision was "mutually agreed" between the pair and the company, with a joint statement released to confirm the news.
Harry and Meghan's deal with streaming giant Netflix is still ongoing.
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