PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are hoping for a “year of redemption” after a tough 2023, sources have claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were crowned the “biggest losers” of Hollywood earlier this month – but are looking to turn it all around in the new year.
The couple were slammed for their whiny Netflix documentary” and Harry’s “whiny biography” and donations to their Archewell Foundation dropped almost £9million in a year.
Meanwhile, the couple’s various attacks on the Royal Family and their own waning popularity have already resulted in a string of woes.
But the pair are looking at a fresh start for 2024 – with rumours Meg may get back into acting.
And it’s thought they may move home from Montecito and to get themselves closer to Hollywood.
A source told US Weekly: “Harry and Meghan think 2024 will be the year of redemption’ – with Meghan apparently turning down offers of work left, right and centre and Harry also in ‘extremely high demand’.
And Meg has enlisted Beverly Hills talent agency William Morris Endeavour ahead of her long-planned relaunch in the New Year.
The source added: “They’ve actually been shocked by how popular she is. Her team has never seen anything like it.”
They claim she is being approached about everything fromroles to multimillion-dollar endorsement deals with major brands.