MEGHAN Markle could make $1 million per Instagram post according to a social media expert as the Duchess’ new account’s following surges. The Duchess of Sussex, 42, is reportedly getting ready to make a comeback – five years after deleting her personal account. It’s rumoured Meghan is ready for an online comeback after a new account, with the handle @meghan, surfaced. Social media expert and advisor Eric Schiffer told The Mail on Sunday that this is “the next logical step”.
He added: “You have celebrities like the Kardashians who can command US$1m (£790k) and up for a single post promoting a product. There is no reason Meghan couldn’t be earning those sorts of fees.”
Meghan Markle is famously known for her role as Rachel Zane on Suits and now insiders speaking to Life & Style Magazine claimed that she’s “planning an acting comeback. Insiders said: “Suits is such a hit in reruns that Meghan’s being told there’s a demand from fans to see her act again. She’s excited. She’d gotten a bunch of offers over the last five years, but turned them down because she really was trying to embrace royal life and, later, forge a new path behind-the-scenes in Hollywood with Harry.
“But now that’s all changed. With other opportunities drying up, she’s actively looking for roles and talking to some big-name directors and producers. Harry is 100 percent supportive of all of it. Acting is what Meghan knows and what she’s always loved.” The insiders added how Meghan is even aiming for an Oscar in the future as they added: “She’s tackling her comeback very strategically. While she’d love to land a new TV part, Meghan really wants to sink her teeth into a dramatic film role. She thinks an Oscar could be in her future.”
Royal expert Tessa Dunlop believes Meghan Markle thinks the UK “doesn’t deserve her” as it seems she won’t be attending the WellChild charity gala with Prince Harry on September7.
“Apparently she is not gracing London with her presence. On this occasion, I suspect Meghan’s no-show in London says more about her antipathy towards Britain, than the couple’s relationship,” Dunlop told The Mirror. She added: “We don’t deserve her, at least so she probably thinks.”
Prince Harry created the Games after he was inspired following a visit to the US Warrior Games in 2013 – a similar sporting event for injured service personnel.
At the time of launching the Games, Prince Harry said: “I have witnessed first-hand how the power of sport can positively impact the lives of wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women in their journey of recovery. “I am extremely proud that we are bringing an event like this to the UK for the first time and believe it can have a long lasting impact on the well-being of those who have served their nations so bravely.”