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Meghan Markle 'has no regrets' about quitting life as a senior royal, say pals

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The couple are enjoying their new family life in Canada (Photo: Mirror)

Meghan Markle has told her friends “she has no regrets” about quitting life as a senior royal, a close pal has revealed.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been enjoying their new found life with their nine-month-old son Archie at a Sh1.414 billion (£10.8m) mansion in Vancouver after fleeing the UK for Canada last month.

A close friend of American-born Meghan said: "Meghan has been telling her close friends that this is the best thing that could ever happen to Harry.

"Meghan has no regrets and the sky's the limit.

"She said [she and Harry] feel like a huge weight has been lifted."

The insider continued to Mail Online: "They've been spending quality time together as a family.

"Meghan has been cooking and making homemade baby food for Archie.

"Everything pretty much revolves around Archie right now and Meghan getting back into shape.

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"They have a daily routine of doing yoga and taking long hikes." 

The family's routine is said to revolve around Archie (Image: Getty Images)

The pal also said Meghan, a former actress who came to fame in the Canadian TV series Suits, was on the road to relaunching her career after doing voice over work for Disney in exchange for a donation to charity Elephant Without Borders.

The couple are speculated to have earned up to Sh101 million (£775,000) by attending a recent "billionaire's summit" hosted by JP Morgan in Miami where Prince Harry spoke about mental health and therapy.

Meghan is said to have introduced her husband at the Alternative Investment Summit event.

During Prince Harry's speech he revealed he has been in therapy for the past few years to try to overcome the trauma of losing his mother Princess Diana.

The couple are living in a Sh1.8 billio (£14m) mansion in Vancouver (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Ronn Torossian, CEO of New York-based PR firm 5W Public Relations, previously said that couple would have made between Sh50 million (£388,000) and Sh101 million (£775,000) from their appearance.

He said: "Harry and Meghan will be the highest-paid speakers that exist on the corporate market.

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"One would imagine they flew privately from Canada to Miami, had a hotel suite, and hair and makeup artist, which could cost Sh10 million (£77,500) to Sh25 million (£194,000) in expenses.

"I would not be shocked if they earned in excess of Sh101 million (£775,000). Over the year their earning power could be unlimited."

Meghan could make Sh10.1 billion (£77.5million) this year according to PR executive Simon Huck - who is a friend of the Kardashian family. 

The couple with Meghan's mum Doria Ragland (Image: Getty Images)

The couple's close friend said the couple can do "pretty much do everything from their house" and are putting together a hand-picked team which will include Meghan's mum Doria Ragland as a special advisor

They added: "She [Meghan] also felt like she couldn't be the best mother to Archie if she wasn't being her true, authentic self. Something she felt she couldn't be in the royal family confines.

"She said she didn't want Archie picking up on her stress and anxiety. She felt like it was a toxic environment for him because there was too much tension and pent-up frustrations."

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