Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have pitched an idea of a project to producers in Hollywood, according to US reports.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who is herself a former actress on hit show Suits, moved to California at the start of the year.
A source has claimed to Variety that the duo have been "quietly shopping" a project for an idea around Hollywood.
It is further claimed they would like to serve as joint producers on the project.
The concept of their idea is not know, but it is claimed meetings with networks took place in June and the idea has been pitched to a number of media companies.
But the source says Meghan has no plans to act, and will not be acting in the reported project.
Earlier today, it was reported that Meghan and Harry have plans to return to the UK to continue some of their charity work.
They have not returned to the UK since stepping down as senior royals and moving to California via Canada.
But Omid Scobie, who wrote bombshell biography Finding Freedom, told Royal Central: "Harry and Meghan have made it clear that their work in the UK, including their royal patronages, will continue.
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"While their base will be in the US, I think once travel restrictions ease we will see them moving around again and undertaking trips to the UK, both privately and professionally.
"After all, this is a couple that loves to get out there and be active in the field. Plus, a lot of the work they already started, including all four of Meghan’s patronages, are right here on British soil."
Scobie also claimed that Harry once asked the Queen "what the hell is going on" during a dispute over Meghan Markle's wedding attire.
Scobie had said: "Harry had to intervene. He called his grandmother and said, 'I don't know what the hell is going on.
"But this woman needs to make this work for my future wife'."
But a source told the Telegraph this claim was "totally untrue".
Daily Star Online has approached Meghan and Harry's representatives for a response.
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