Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's aspirations of becoming a prominent humanitarian power couple seem to have hit a snag, according to royal commentator Alison Boshoff. Boshoff delved into the latest reports surrounding the couple's future endeavors and observed a notable disparity in their individual plans.
While Meghan Markle has recently inked a solo deal with Hollywood agent Ari Emanuel at WME, Prince Harry appears to be gravitating back towards charity work and advocacy. The commentator posed an intriguing question, pondering how long it would take for Harry to distance himself from the showbusiness world, which evidently does not align with his nature and appears to make him quite uncomfortable.
Boshoff expressed her thoughts in an article for the Daily Mail, highlighting Meghan's contentment with her Archetypes podcast series featuring influential celebrities, while Prince Harry yearned for meaningful engagements with world leaders.
However, the crux of Harry's focus, as Boshoff pointed out, has always seemed to revolve around charity work and serving others. In March, he publicly expressed his drive to make a difference through selfless acts, stating, "For me, personally, I get so much out of helping other people.
To be in the service of others is what drives me, what gets me out of bed every day. Then you have kids."
Divergent Backgrounds: Entertainment vs Disinterest
Drawing attention to their divergent backgrounds, Boshoff emphasized that while Meghan Markle had grown up in the world of entertainment and pursued a career in the industry, Prince Harry had shown limited interest in such pursuits.
Even during the Sussexes' interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry candidly admitted that the Netflix and Spotify deals were never part of their plan, but rather a suggestion brought forth by someone else after his family had cut off their financial support, leaving them responsible for their own security.
Boshoff further shed light on Meghan's professional aspirations, noting her inclination towards emulating her former boss Bonnie Hammer, an NBC executive who played a pivotal role in launching her career through the hit TV series Suits.
However, while Meghan charges ahead with larger and more lucrative media ventures, Harry remains deeply concerned about environmental issues and mental health, highlighting a fundamental difference in their priorities. In conclusion, it seems that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, once hailed as a potential global humanitarian power couple, are currently diverging in their chosen paths.
While Meghan finds fulfillment in the entertainment world, Harry's focus remains grounded in charitable endeavors and advocacy for pressing societal issues.
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