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Harry and Meghan: How the Sussexes are reclaiming their image as a power couple

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been making headlines with their recent public appearances, showing a new side of themselves as a confident and influential couple.

According to a report by Express on Sunday, October 1, 2023, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who stepped back from their senior royal roles in 2020, have been focusing on causes that are close to their hearts, such as the Invictus Games, a sporting event for wounded and injured veterans that Harry founded in 2014.

The pair attended the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany, last month, where they were seen cheering on the athletes, hugging and laughing with them, and displaying a lot of affection for each other.

They also made a surprise visit to a cafe that caters to homeless women in Cologne, where they met with the staff and the patrons and learned about their stories.

According to a source close to the couple, Harry and Meghan are pleased by the positive response they have been getting from the public and the media, which contrasts with the negativity they faced earlier this year. The source told In Touch magazine that the couple are trying to improve their image by being seen as an influential duo, similar to former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.

“It helps their image to be seen as an influential duo,” the source said. “It brings it back to the place where their romance began and they fascinated the world.”

The source also said that Harry and Meghan are happy to be free from the constraints of the royal protocol, which prevented them from being natural and expressing their emotions in public. “They don’t have to worry about following protocol. They can be natural and hold hands and pile on as much PDA as they want without censure from The Firm,” the source said.

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Harry and Meghan’s new strategy seems to be working, as they have regained some of the popularity they lost after their controversial Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan and Harry’s memoir Spare, which revealed some shocking details about their life as royals and their rift with the rest of the family. The couple have also been busy with their charitable work through their foundation Archewell, which supports various initiatives in areas such as mental health, education, gender equality, and environmental justice.

Harry and Meghan’s future plans include producing more content for Netflix and Spotify, as well as launching a wellness brand called Lili¹. The couple are also expected to return to the UK next year for several events, such as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and Prince William’s 40th birthday. Whether they will be able to reconcile with their royal relatives remains to be seen, but for now, Harry and Meghan seem to be enjoying their new role as a power couple.

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