Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are distancing themselves from "some of the toxicity" surrounding them, a royal writer claims.
Omid Scobie who co-wrote Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family, says the couple are preparing for an "the era of visibility".
Following the birth of their second child Lilibet Diana, earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have several months rammed with work ahead of them, Scobie reports.
He told People that the couple will not only take on their varied commitments but they will thrive in doing so.
With their parental leave coming to an end, they are preparing for a busy autumn and winter as many of the programs they've been working on behind the scenes kick into action.
In promoting his book with Carolyn Durand being republished later this month, Scobie told People that Harry and Meghan are entering "the era of visibility".
Giving renewed energy towards charity work through their Archewell Foundation is something Scobie adds the they are "really excited" about.
He said: "They're a couple who do very well in those moments of human interaction. They need to be on the ground.
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"They say that the proof is in the pudding, and what we are about to see is that pudding."
This new chapter in the Sussexes' lives comes, according to Scobie, after learning how important it is to put their own mental health first.
As such they will do their best to keep "some of the toxicity" at an arm's length away, in the shape of the Atlantic Ocean.
Scobie continued: "They seem to be existing in a different place, and that place is much healthier.
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"Meghan famously spoke about that it was not enough to survive – we are now in the thrive chapter."
The couple took Archewell Foundation website on Tuesday to share their desire to unite others into positive action.
The statement said: "Though we are not meant to live in a state of suffering, we, as a people, are being conditioned to accept it.
"It's easy to find ourselves feeling powerless, but we can put our values into action — together.
"The decisions we make now … will prove our humanity."
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