Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appear to be turning back towards a "trusted sphere" they know works for them after failing in Hollywood, a royal expert claims.
After stepping down from their royal roles, many were left wondering what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would do next to secure their global position.
Royal commentator Natalie Oliveri suggests that a celebrity lifestyle no longer appears to be on the agenda for Harry and Meghan.
"The fresh start, in the week of Meghan's 42nd birthday, is desperately needed but it begs the question, what is next for the Sussexes and do they still have the impact they once did?" she told 9Honey.
Royal commentator Natalie Oliveri suggests that a celebrity lifestyle no longer appears to be on the agenda for Harry and Meghan
"They've announced a number of calendar events, largely centred around charity.
"The new focus seems to indicate their hopes of breaking into the celebrity world has failed and instead they are moving back into the trusted sphere of charitable events."
This week Prince Harry is set to visit Japan and Singapore along with close friend Nacho Figueras to attend the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition in Tokyo on August 9.
The couple will also be jetting off to Europe in September to attend this year's edition of the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Oliveri suggested the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new strategy could be a safer option for them.
She added: "If Hollywood is turning its back on the Sussexes, their renewed focus on charity appears to be the only avenue left for them.
"For a couple who've shunned the Royal Family and all it represents (except titles for their children).
"Perhaps Harry and Meghan have realised they need to return to the tried and true formula employed by generations of royals before them: give back to those in need.
Meghan and Harry will be in Germany at the same time for the Invictus GamesPA
"By choosing duty over self-interest, only then, perhaps, will Harry and Meghan be able to get back on track."
Harry and Meghan also announced last week that their Archewell Foundation had helped launch a new initiative on promoting research into technology.
The couple shared a video of them sharing the creation of the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund.