He could also head back to the UK for the WellChild awards in London later in September, according to a comment piece by royal writer Daniela Elser.
Harry has been patron of the organization since 2007 and regularly attended the awards before settling down in the US, so it is expected that the duke could make a comeback.
The long-awaited release of his Netflix documentary about a sporting competition he set up for wounded, injured and sick soldiers is also expected this summer.
As Harry engages in this busy blitz, other members of the Royal Family will be spending their summer holidays in Balmoral.
The annual trip north of the border is one of the Royal Family’s long-standing summer traditions, when the family get to hunt, horse ride and fish.
Commenting on this, Ms Elser said: “Given that during this time, the Royal Family will be off rusticating in a remote corner of Scotland where Wi-Fi is only available at the top of the castle’s keep, prepare for an intriguing switcheroo, with Brand Sussex about to be everywhere and Team Crown largely absent from the picture.
“Or, in other words, we are about to see a lot of Harry, everywhere, all at once.”
According to PR expert Stephen Reiff, Harry and Meghan have an opportunity to focus on “mission-driven businesses”.
He told Daily Express US: “At best, they’ll work to evolve their perception from armchair critic to leaders who are actually in the game, working to build something with meaningful impact.”
It comes after the Sussexes’ lucrative $20 million deal with streaming platform Spotify came to a mutual end.
Archewell Audio released a joint statement with the online streaming giant to announce the two sides had “mutually agreed to part ways”.
Meghan’s podcast series Archetypes was being streamed on Spotify.
But the talent agency representing the Duchess said “Meghan is continuing to develop more content for the Archetypes audience on another platform.”
Meghan also signed a bumper multi-million-pound deal with a leading Hollywood talent agency WME in April.
The brand represents several high-profile celebrity clients including Rihanna, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Matt Damon.
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