Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's marriage has been predicted by Canadian Graydon Carter.
Graydon, The former Vanity Fair editor has shared his belief that the Duchess of Sussex, who tied the knot with the Duke in a lavish ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle back in 2018, has navigated the relationship to gain money, notoriety, and a title.
Since their memorable royal nuptials, the Sussexes have embarked on a transformative journey, stepping back from their royal duties, relocating to sunny California, and welcoming two adorable children, Lilibet and Archie.
Despite these changes, Carter suggests the marriage may not stand the test of time, remarking in an interview with the Sunday Times, "I would measure the duration of the marriage in years rather than decades."
This statement by the founder and co-editor of Air Mail has left many wondering about the future of this high-profile union, adding an intriguing twist to the ongoing saga of Meghan and Harry's life in the public eye.
Meghan Markle has been the driving force behind their marriage, acquiring notoriety, wealth, and a royal title. Carter, the former Vanity Fair editor, believes that Prince Harry's importance in her life has been diminishing over time.
While Carter doesn't anticipate a return to acting for Markle, he remarked that she'd be a "shoo-in" if a Real Housewives of Montecitoshow were in the works.
Amidst the media speculation and opinions, the royal couple seems as devoted as ever. Meghan's heartfelt declaration during a recent speech emphasized her dedication to motherhood, where she referred to it as the most important role in her life.
She then acknowledged her husband, Prince Harry, as her other paramount commitment.
Their charitable foundation, Archewell, has taken shape, and they've signed a substantial $100 million deal with Netflix for content production.
Additionally, they secured a lucrative $20 million exclusive partnership with Spotify, with plans to create uplifting audio projects.