But according to the Mirror, the 38-year-old Suits star definitely won't be returning to the popular drama series as its final episode aired in September last year.
A major announcement has just come from the palace: that Prince Harry and Meghan have chose to 'step back as "senior" members of the Royal Family.
"There was perhaps some anti-American feeling, perhaps some misogyny, perhaps some racism - those we were the accusations that were levelled at certain elements of the British press for example", Ship said.
Prince Harry and Meghan have announced that they will be working to become financially independent, but will continue to "fully support" the Queen and the monarchy. They announced they would start their own charity in 2020, called Sussex Royal, which would focus on community-based projects.
As an actress and a human rights activist, the duchess was accustomed to media attention before her marriage, but she has made no secret of the fact that the transition to being a global celebrity and part of Britain's royal family was hard.
How did Prince Harry become a pivotal player in shaking up a thousand-year-old monarchy? The Times of London accused Harry of "petulance and hot-headedness", while the Daily Mail said the couple wanted "the status of being "senior" royals but the privacy and freedom of being private citizens". "Family members were aware they had been struggling", the source adds. He said he thinks this relates to their new media management strategy, which they laid out on their website on Wednesday.
Meghan apparently doesn't want their child to grow up near Buckingham Palace, and instead, wants to see him come of age in California and Canada. The Queen, however, responded with a statement that boiled down to "excuse me, but not so fast". The palace statement said discussions with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were "at an early stage".
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Ghosn had been accused of not reporting his future compensation and abuse of trust by diverting Nissan's money for personal gain. Mori told reporters at the ministry action has already been taken to prevent a recurrence, while declining to give details.
On a new website, they also said they will no longer receive funding from the Sovereign Grant and that they "value the ability to earn a professional income".
"There are lots of people who would love there to be, including I think the brothers themselves, [who would] love them to be closer again".
Last month, there was speculation that Harry and Markle would not be included in the Queen's annual Christmas broadcast; however, she included a photo of them when the broadcast aired.
As a woman of colour entering the royal family Meghan has had to endure more hate and backlash than any other royal in history.
The post also said the couple planned to launch a "new charitable entity".
"They want to jump right in on issues like that", he said.
A friend revealed: "It is true that Harry and Meghan will spend a fair amount of time in Canada over the next couple of months and possibly going forward too".
Broadcaster Piers Morgan, an outspoken critic of the pair, labelled them "the two most spoilt brats in history" in a particularly spikey column in United Kingdom tabloid The Daily Mail - a sister masthead of the Mail on Sunday against which Harry and Meghan have launched legal action.