Meghan Markle could make a fortune by monetising her Instagram posts, earning more than some of the social media platform's biggest influencers, new data has revealed.
It’s predicted the Duchess could make $30,000 per post if she takes sponsorship deals and brand partnerships for her page.
The Sussexes Instagram currently has 9.4 million followers and a 5.82 per cent engagement rate.
Therefore, if Meghan produced just 27 posts in a year, she could make $810,000 - enough to cover some of the couple's expenses after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were cut off from royal funds.
Meghan Markle founded The Tig, named after her favourite red wine, in 2014 while starring in legal drama Suits
Meghan Markle reportedly plans to relaunch her lifestyle blog The Tig.
It's thought the lifestyle brand could take on the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow’s $250million wellness and lifestyle brand, Goop, and Kourtney Kardashian's $15million brand Poosh.
Meghan founded The Tig, named after her favourite red wine, in 2014 while starring in legal drama Suits.
The Duchess’ returning blog would offer tips on food, travel, fashion, the arts, design, conscious living and wellness.
The mum of two could also become a kind of agony aunt, according to details from the US Trademark and Patent Office.
Prince Harry told Oprah last year that the couple had "no plan" when they moved to California in 2020 and relied solely on his inheritance from Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997.
Since exiting the Royal Family, the couple has signed a series of profitable deals to support themselves.
After making documentaries, books and podcasts, the couple are worth an estimated value of more than $135million, according to Forbes.
In addition to this, the Sussexes run their media company, Archewell Productions for Netflx including their Harry and Meghan documentary series where they made shocking claims about how they were treated within the Royal Family.
Meghan Markle reportedly plans to relaunch her lifestyle blog The Tig
Close friends of the royal couple have apparently said that Harry and Meghan are taking on too much.
But the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly determined not to "buckle" under the pressure of being a celebrity.
She is believed to be holding her ground despite constantly being under public scrutiny and "won't give up" on her mission, as it's "her and Harry against the world".