Prince Harry and Meghan are facing huge decisions on how to maintain their expensive lifestyle after their lucrative £18million Spotify partnership was axed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex still have an £80million Netflix deal while Harry is said to have a four-book deal with Penguin Random House worth up to £29million.
And a possible relaunch of Meghan's blog and lifestyle brand The Tig, which she closed in 2017 when she got engaged to Harry, would be a further income stream.
Brand and culture expert Nick Ede said they could 'activate their social media and start to communicate with their fans like Victoria Beckham does so well'.
Andy Barr, co-founder of 10 Yetis Digital, said rumours over an alleged partnership with Dior - since denied - could have been a 'decoy to try and flush other global brands out of the woodwork who may be interested in partnering' with them.
And Jack Izzard, chief executive of Rhizome Media, claimed The Tig could become the new Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness brand which has earned £200million.
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