Royal expert Myka Meier said she expects the Duchess of Sussex will launch a new version of The Tig, which would be similar to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop. Meghan shut down her lifestyle blog before she got engaged to Prince Harry but they have now left royal life for the US.
Ms Meier also said the 38-year-old will start a new Instagram account.
Meghan closed her personal social media accounts in January 2018 and she and Harry were forced to abandon their Sussex Royal Instagram when they ended royal duties.
Ms Meier told the Royally Obsessed podcast: “I think Meghan is going to have another Instagram.
“I think she’s going to do a Goop, like a new version of The Tig. I really think that’s coming.
“I’m pretty sure there’s a Goopish thing coming soon, for a few different reasons.
“I have a friend with a little bit of insider knowledge and I think she’s already working on something.
“I think we will be seeing something very interesting and creative with masterminds from all over the world coming together to bring something inspiring soon.”
Meghan and Harry announced plans to step back as senior royals in a bombshell statement in January.
They had hoped for a dual role supporting the Queen and earning their own money but the idea was deemed unworkable.
The Sussexes are now living in Los Angeles, where Meghan was born and raised, with their son Archie who celebrates his first birthday on Wednesday.
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