As the “world is her oyster,” Meghan Markle will spend the next decade negotiating “huge money deals.”

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As the “world is her oyster,” Meghan Markle will spend the next decade negotiating “huge money deals.”

According to a royal expert, MEGHAN MARKLE will have more leeway to sign more “huge money deals” during the coming decade.

Russel Myers, a royal pundit, pondered on Meghan Markle’s tumultuous decade. On Wednesday, the Duchess will throw a party to commemorate her 40th birthday. Mr Myers said that the Duchess of Lorraine’s next decade would be full with opportunity because “the world is her oyster.”

He went on to say that he hoped she would continue to do a lot of charity work and that she would be able to sign many big-money deals.

“You know what, when you look at the last couple of years, not even the previous decade, she was in Suits and sort of finding herself,” Mr Myers remarked.

“She found herself on this path, and Suits was performing quite well.

“She was also engaged to a US TV producer for five years before meeting Prince Harry, and the rest, as they say, is history.”

The Royal expert continued to ponder what the Duchess of Sussex’s future might hold.

He wished Meghan well in her humanitarian endeavors and assured her that she had many possibilities.

He also stated that she and Prince Harry are likely to continue to agree on big sums of money in the future.

“You knock on five years from then, you’ve had a huge wedding,” he remarked.

“A remarkable rise to public celebrity, followed by the breakup with the rest of the Royal Family.

“She is now a mother of two and lives in Los Angeles with Prince Harry.

“I believe the question is how will the following ten years be?

“Hopefully, there will be a lot of charity work.”

“As they have been doing for the past couple of years, there will most likely be some huge, big money agreements.

“I believe the world is her oyster, and she has the freedom to do whatever she wants.

“I have no doubt she will want to put it to good use.”

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