‘Popular’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are hoping 2024 will be ‘the year of redemption’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are well on their way to a comeback, according to multiple sources.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in “extremely high demand,” an inside source told Us Weekly in an interview published Thursday.

The source said the pair is being inundated with requests for speaking engagements, business collaborations and entertainment jobs.

“Harry and Meghan think 2024 will be the year of redemption,” a second insider told the website.

The second source claimed that Markle has been turning down several partnership offers amid a spike in her popularity.

Sources claimed that Harry and Markle want to be closer to the action in Hollywood. Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation

“They’ve actually been shocked by how popular she is,” the source said. “Her team has never seen anything like it.”

The first insider also claimed that Markle, 42, and Harry, 39, are planning to move from their family home in Montecito, Calif., to Los Angeles to be closer to the Hollywood industry.

However, Page Six has learned that Markle won’t be giving up her Princess of Montecito title anytime soon.

“They are not moving to LA and have no plans to move at all,” an insider tells us on Friday.

In September, their rep exclusively told Page Six that there was “no truth to them moving to Malibu or anywhere,” after reports surfaced that they were eyeing a Malibu home.

As Page Six previously reported, the lovebirds have already successfully infiltrated the Hollywood social scene.

“Harry and Meghan think 2024 will be the year of redemption,” a source claimed. WireImage

As for what’s in store for the former “Suits” alum, the source claimed she has a few projects in the works and a “big media deal.” She has also allegedly been approached about film roles and multimillion-dollar endorsement deals with fashion and beauty companies.

However, both sources said that Markle’s focus is on philanthropy and that any project she takes on will “fall in line with an Archewell initiative,” referring to the Sussexes’ foundation they launched in 2020.

There is chatter that Markle will bring back her lifestyle blog, The Tig, which she stopped running ahead of marrying Harry in 2018, and it’s not out of the question for Markle to be involved in some sort of a “Suits” reunion.

The couple is reportedly being flooded with requests for speaking engagements, business collaborations and entertainment jobs. Getty Images Ms. Foundation for Women

“Meghan’s been tight-lipped about potentially revisiting the series, but there’s hope that if the timing is right, something can be worked out,” the first source said, with the second source adding, “Meghan would consider it. There have already been discussions.”

However, Markle is “100 percent more interested” in being behind the camera.

Meanwhile, Harry, who released his bombshell memoir “Spare” in January, is working on a second book as part of his four-book deal with Penguin Random House.

The Sussexes are reportedly being selective with the projects they choose. WireImage

“He still has so much more to say,” the second source said, adding that he won’t be writing another tell-all despite his first book’s success.

“Harry and Meghan want to go in a different direction. They’ve said what they needed to say with regard to the royals,” the second source said. “They’re moving on.”

The sources denied that the royal duo has been snubbed by Hollywood.

They live in Montecito with their two kids: Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. Alexi Lubomirski / Duke and Duch

“The way they see it, they’re choosing quality over quantity instead of grabbing every opportunity that comes their way,” the first insider said.

The second source noted, “Harry and Meghan feel like everything with them is always blown out of proportion. They try not to let the noise affect their lives.”

The second source added that all of the critics have brought the lovebirds closer together and they are “stronger than ever.”

Another source said they are in “extremely high demand.” Getty Images for Project Healthy Minds

Just this week, Markle appeared in a “cringy” coffee advertisement in which she acted as an awkward intern. Markle, who is an investor in the Clevr Blends coffee and tea company, was mercilessly mocked for her role in the low-budget campaign.

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Markle and Harry have been living in their $14 million Montecito mansion with their two kids — Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2 — since 2020 when they resigned from their royal duties.

Criticism of the couple has only brought them closer together, one of the insiders claimed. MEGA

Since then, they have continuously aired their issues with the royal family in several interviews as well as in their 2022 Netflix special, “Harry & Meghan.”

In October, Page Six exclusively reported that the couple was “strategizing” their “Hollywood reinvention,” when Markle signed on with WME and launched a new Instagram account.

Page Six has reached out to Harry and Markle’s rep for comment.