MEGHAN Markle is ‘done with the drama’ and believes her commercially independent future with Prince Harry will be an ‘inevitable success’ despite the Queen vowing to ban their new brand, according to pals.
Harry and Meghan could be forced to ditch Sussex Royal after spending tens of thousands of pounds on a new website and trademarks in preparation for quitting public duties at the end of March.
Meghan and Harry are said to be confident their projects will succeed whatever they are called
The Queen has banned the couple from using their Sussex Royal brand after talks with Buckingham Palace officials
The Queen has told the couple they cannot use ‘Royal’ in their new commercial lives as they look to gain ‘financial independence’ after moving to Canada.
An insider told DailyMail.com the couple are unphased by the threat as they settle into their new 8m home on Vancouver Island.
They also said the name of their brand “pales in comparison” to the foundation they are building and the impact it “will have on people and the environment”.
The source said: “Meghan said she’s done with the drama and has no room in her life for naysayers, and the same goes for Harry.
“Meghan has told her inner circle that their success is inevitable with or without their current brand name.
“She said they know what their true intentions are and that’s all that matters.
“They are creating a better world for Archie. And it’s Archie who keeps them focused on the big picture.”
MEGXIT DUE AFTER FINAL ENGAGEMENTS
Harry will record with Jon Bon Jovi next week on his first royal engagement in a whirlwind return to the UK.
The engagement will see Harry join Jon Bon Jovi as the musician records his song Unbroken with the Invictus Games Choir.
The first return to royal duties for Meghan will be on March 5, with the couple heading to the Endeavour Fund awards in London.
As part of the busy six engagements in 11 days, Harry, 35, is expected to attend the opening of the Silverstone Experience – a Brit motor racing museum – with F1 legend Lewis Hamilton on March 6.
And the next day, he will be joined by wife Meghan, 38, for the Mountbatten Festival of Music at Royal Albert Hall.
Meghan is then set to enjoy a solo outing on March 8 when the former actress will mark International Women’s Day, however details of the event are yet to be announced.
And the couple’s final engagement on March 9 will see them join the Royal Family, including the Queen, for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
They have been allowed to keep their HRH titles but have been forced to accept that they will not use them publicly as they tout for business around the globe.
The couple also look set to face a fight if they want to keep hold of Sussex Royal branding despite spending tens of thousands on a new website to complement their Instagram feed, which has more than 11.2million followers.
But sources close to Meghan say the couple believe there is no legal comeback for Buckingham Palace if they continue to use the brand.