Prince Harry in talks with banking giant, sets sights on earning millions

Prince Harry Meghan Abdication

Prince Harry Meghan Abdication

In the days since that event, it's been reported that Harry, 35, has been in negotiations for a speaking role with Goldman Sachs, another US -based global financial services firm.

Since Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's joint decision to step down as senior members of the royal family was announced last month, all eyes have remained on the Sussexes as they privately plan their next professional ventures. The Duke of Sussex, 35, has discussed working with the controversial USA finance firm.

In line with this promise, royal sources told the The Mirror that Prince Harry could soon be raking in the pounds in clever corporate deals with the shamed U.S. bank.

The Mirror reports that discussions with the Duke of Sussex began in November, which shows that Megxit had been on the couple's minds weeks before they quit.

Even though speakers are not paid to appear, it could lead to the Sussexes "forging a lucrative future relationship", claims the outlet.

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There are now more than 60,000 cases of COVID-19 worldwide , with all but about 500 in mainland China. The virus first surfaced December in Wuhan, and has since spread to more than two dozen countries.

When Harry spoke at the JP Morgan summit, he reportedly earned around $1 million, and he shared how he's been in therapy because of his struggles with the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

Back in 2016 Goldman agreed to pay a whopping $5billion settlement for its role in the 2008 financial crisis.

Goldman and JP Morgan were accused of putting thousands of homeowners in debt with toxic mortgages, while making 10s of billions a year. The couple may have earned about £750,000 for their Miami appearance but palace sources said they did not accept a fee.

"They're going to earn fortunes, whether through speeches or ambassador work - these are £1billion handshakes", PR guru Mark Borkowski told the United Kingdom paper, in what would be $1.3 billion.

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