Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who are residing in California were criticised by Americans for excessively using royalty fame.
And for this reason, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were considering another brand to keep them in the spotlight reportedly.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would ultimately have to "give up" their royal position and create other brands if they want to keep being recognised as famous in America, according to a royal author.
Tom Bower, who spoke to Palace Confidential, claimed that as interest in the previous working royals dwindled, Harry and Meghan were finding it difficult to maintain their relevance.
Due to the couple's excessive exploitation of their "royal card," Americans showed no interest in them.
"When Meghan called up two US senators to campaign for maternity pay, she introduced herself as Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, Bower told Jo Elvin.
He further said: "She plays the royal card the whole time. I don't think that will play well in an election for Congress or Senate if she did pursue politics."
The biographer resumed: "I think they have to realign their image. In any case, they are burning their royal status pretty fast now. I think they will, in the end, have to give that up because it won't wash."
Due to the given reason, Bower predicted that Meghan may attempt to leave her position as a royal and enter politics.
Elvin questioned: "Can they make their particular brand of celebrity last?"
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle can only succeed, Bower said, by being exceptional and by taking action. They were always looking for new activities to engage in.