Meghan Markle and Prince Harry relocated to the United States amid the pandemic. But, despite closing massive deals and contracts throughout 2020 and 2021, many believe that they have yet to make their mark on Hollywood.

This is reportedly the reason why they will soon "rub elbows" with A-list celebrities at the 94th Academy Awards. An insider told Star magazine that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex see the Oscars as the perfect chance to make their "big American debut."

The source continued that the former working royals have received invites to all the "best parties" because of their deal with Netflix. In the upcoming awarding ceremony, they will even reportedly sit at the "front and center" amid the broadcast.

It is, also, claimed that Meghan Markle has already begun working with stylists for her look on their next red carpet appearance. But, the insider warned that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not "chat up" random reporters at the event, adding that it will never happen.

Aside from the reporters, they will allegedly try to avoid Kristen Stewart, as well. This is despite the actress recently winning raves from the public, alongside experts and critics, for playing the role of Princess Diana on "Spencer."

The informant explained that the Wales Prince is "appalled" about the film. It reportedly "hit some raw nerves," with many commentators saying that even the late Princess of Wales would be "horrified" by the portrayal.

Marie Claire previously released a report on the matter, following the release of "Spencer" last November 5. As stated, a royal expert believes that the late royal would not be "enthusiastic" about the image the film shows about her.

Ingrid Seward shared in her interviews that Prince Harry's mother would likely be "very sad" to know about the people's perception of her and Prince Charles not loving each other, considering that "it was not true."

The expert, who reportedly knew Princess Diana personally, also, pointed out that the film is "not accurate to the image she wanted to give off" to the public. It is "less of a biopic, and more of an avant garde reflection" on the late royal's pressures.

While it appears to be somewhat factual that many individuals who have links to the British Royals did not approve of "Spencer," the case is not the same for the recent claims about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. There is no evidence that can prove their alleged plan to make a red carpet appearance for their so-called "debut."

It all just seemingly emerged following the couple's appearance at the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala in New York. They attended the special event, marking their first red carpet event in more than a year, according to People.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were at the venue to honor veterans ahead of V-Day in the United States and Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom. This explains the red poppy that they wore for the night to complete their ensembles.