Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who stayed under the scrutiny of the royal media for the longest time since they moved to US, no longer need to abide royal rules to create their positive public image.
As reported by Express.co.uk, an insider has suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are following a new strategy of appearing as a "power couple" in the public eye, in order to mend their ripped image.
The source has revealed that, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been making efforts to improve their popularity by distancing themselves from all their royal connections.
Speaking about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new tactic to highlight themselves in the media, the insider revealed that the couple have been taking measures into making themselves appear as a "power couple."
Both Harry and Meghan are now trying to stay as far as possible from their royal image.
In all their appearances in past few months, it has been observed that the couple, who remained in the limelight for three long years by making bombshell accusations aimed at the British Royal Family, are seeming over that phase.
A source close to the royal couple has revealed that, "they’re pleased by the positive response they’re getting."
The insider continued, "it takes the sting out of all the negativity they were getting beforehand and raises awareness of the Invictus Games, which is really what it’s all about."
It us pertinent to note, earlier this year, the duke and duchess faced major popularity collapse shortly after release of their controversial Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan, followed by Prince Harry's controversial memoir Spare.
However, the couple has shifted their focus on to new strategy.
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