HARRY and Meghan will announce their new brand and charity this week.
The couple, who step down as senior royals on Wednesday, will reveal their plans, including a non-profit enterprise, on Instagram.
A source said: “They’ve said they don’t want a foundation but have held talks with experts in the US and Canada on how they can achieve their aims outside the Royal Family.
A post will explain everything. It’s very Harry and Meghan to announce their plans on Instagram.”
The couple, who recently left Canada for LA with ten-month-old son Archie, have 11.3million followers on the social media platform.
Meghan, 38, has already landed a voiceover role on a Disney show about elephants.
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She and Harry, 35, have closed their London office and will rely on staff and agents in Hollywood.
The couple have poached Catherine St-Laurent from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as chief of staff and executive director of their new charity.
She emailed staff: “I’m thrilled to be able to play a supporting role in realising their vision.”