Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit University Following Royal Exit

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit University Following Royal Exit

The two had been in Miami last week at a JP Morgan event where Harry opened up about his own mental health as well as an insider quoted him as saying, "he has been in therapy for the past few years to try to overcome the trauma of losing his mother".

Although it's unknown whether Harry and Meghan were paid to speak there, it's common for speakers to receive compensation at corporate events.

Prince Harry is reportedly in talks with banking giant Goldman Sachs - the start of what a PR guru predicts could be a billion-dollar empire.

While it is not known exactly what Harry could potentially divulge in the interview, the knowledge that the Prince could perhaps leak potentially damning information would no doubt be a cause of concern for the royal family. That speaking series is not a paid engagement.

Trusted Trump aide Hope Hicks returning to White House
In her new role under Kushner, Hicks won't be working in the communications department at all. The White House also blocked Hicks from turning over documents subpoenaed by the committee.

It suggests the 35-year-old prince and his wife, Meghan Markle, 38, were considering their financial futures months before their stunning January announcement that they were quitting the royal family, the paper notes.

Goldman Sachs declined to comment on the report. Harry and Meghan will still be expected to make appearances at royal engagements when The Queen invites them. This will be the first time that Harry and Meghan will be headed to the United Kingdom since January.

Meghan has been photographed walking on Vancouver Island with Archie and the family's dogs, prompting the Sussexes' legal team to issue a legal notice to United Kingdom media and photo agencies concerning the use of paparazzi agency photos. The private meetings only became public after the organizations shared photos on social media. Britain's royal family, of which Harry and Meghan remain members, will gather in London on March 9 to mark Commonwealth Day in the United Kingdom.

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