Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have had their future career prospects put "on ice", a royal commentator claims.
Alison Boshoff says Hollywood elites are freezing the couple out - making their hopes of becoming a "global humanitarian power couple" more unlikely.
"Meghan, the ink fresh on her management deal with the ultimate Hollywood agent, Ari Emanuel at WME, is still pursuing creative and commercial opportunities," Boshoff told the Daily Mail.
"It was a solo deal — not her and Harry — and an enormous coup."
Alison Boshoff says Hollywood elites are freezing the couple out - making their hopes of becoming a 'global humanitarian power couple' more unlikely
Speaking about the Duke of Sussex, the royal expert added that Harry could be taking a slightly different venture.
She said: "Harry, meanwhile, is said to be gravitating back to charity and campaigning work, planning a return to Africa to film a documentary following in the footsteps of his mother — a venture that will see him travelling to the continent alone."
“Their ambition to become a global humanitarian power couple seems, for the moment at least, to be on ice."
Last month the couple's £15million deal with Spotify was dumped after just one series.
The decision was "mutually agreed" between the pair and the company, with a joint statement released to confirm the news.
Following the disaster, PR expert and GoUp's chief executive Edward Coram-James said that he does not believe the termination of the contract will harm the Sussexes' careers - but it could affect the types of deals they will get.
"[The end of their Spotify deal] does not mean that they will not get future deals," he told the Express.
"What it means is that these deals are likely to be of a much lower value, and are potentially less likely to be centred around the Sussexes producing visual or audio content."
One insider claims the Duke is planning a new Netflix project in Africa without his wife
He added that the pair "cannot afford another dud or cancellation".
Harry and Meghan still hold multi-million-pound deals with Netflix and Penguin Random House.
One insider claims the Duke is planning a new Netflix project in Africa without his wife.
In 2017, speaking about Africa, Harry said: "This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world. I wish I could spend more time in Africa."