The Royal Family feels there is no need to have a one-year review (Picture: BACKGRID)
The plan was due to be reviewed in March, but the Royal Family feels there is no need as the ‘current situation is working’, Vanity Fair correspondent Katie Nicholl has said.
Royal staff will continue to monitor the couple’s deals and projects closely as they enter their second year of freedom.
The only outstanding issue is said to be whether Harry will keep his military title – a decision that will be made by the Queen.
Speaking to True Royalty TV’s Royal Beat, Ms Nicholl said: ‘My understanding from the Sussexes camp is that there has been communication with the Queen, Prince Charles and with William as well. The general feeling is that this [current situation] is working.’
She added: ‘This isn’t to say that people are not watching closely what these deals are, what the couple are doing and what these projects are going to be. But there is not this need to have this review one year on.’
The pair officially left their positions as senior royals on March 31 to work to become financially independent.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially stepped down as senior royals on March 31 (Picture: BACKGRID)
In September, they signed a deal believed to be worth £100 million to produce documentaries, films and children’s programmes for Netflix.
They were also paid a rumoured £30 million to launch a Spotify podcast.
The first episode was released in December, giving fans a chance to hear their son Archie speak publicly for the first time in an American accent.
Harry and Meghan will reunite with the Royal Family in July as they travel over to England to attend the unveiling of a new statue of Princess Diana.
Commissioned by Harry and Prince William, it will commemorate 20 years since their mother’s tragic death.
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