Meghan Markle could make up to $100 million this year if she accepted the offers of work coming her way.
Meghan Markle has been making headlines since the New Year rang in, and it doesn't look like that would change any time soon.
Meghan Markle departs from a walkabout at Cardiff Castle | Photo: Getty Images
According to a new report by Daily Mail, media executive Simon Huck has claimed that the former "Suits" star could rake in $100 million this year if she were to accept all the offers that came her way.
The revelation, which had happened during an interview with "The Morning Toast," came with the information that Simon's public relations firm has been fielding offers of work for the former actress.
Although it remains unclear if Simon, who is a close friend of Kim Kardashian, is representing Meghan, the media executive seemed unfazed as he made his claims.
Simon's claims came nearly a month after Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry's decision to step away from royal duties.
As it turned out, the rules which were tailored to fit Harry and Meghan's new life would be reviewed in a year, as a royal source told People.
Queen Elizabeth II had revealed the conclusions to the family discussions after a family meeting that included Prince Charles, Prince William, and Harry at her Sandringham estate.
It will be recalled that Harry and Meghan announced their decision to step away from royal life and split their time between the United Kingdom and North America via their personal Instagram account.
While many believe that Harry landed in Vancouver a day after the Palace announced the pair's intent to leave royal duties behind, others thought that his wife has been living in their Vancouver residence for a longer period.
Insider reported that Canada chose the area as its potential area of residence for two reasons.
While the first reason would be Meghan's ties to the country, as she lived there during her days on "Suits," the other purpose would be that the country is part of the British Commonwealth.
The British Commonwealth is a network of 53 countries that has political and organizational ties to the United Kingdom.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Women's Empowerment reception hosted by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting at the Royal Aeronautical Society | Photo: Getty Images
Whatever their reasons might be, the Sussexes appear happy to be starting their new life as a young family