A royal expert claimed Meghan Markle strongly believes her and Prince Harry's plan to be part-time royals will help "elevate" the British monarchy "into a super power." The couple wanted to work part-time when they stepped down as senior royals in 2020.

Queen Elizabeth II reportedly disagreed as the talks about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's plan ensued. However, another royal expert believed it could work out during Prince Charles' reign.

In a recent video, via Express, Neil Sean talked about the Sussexes' plan and analyzed their "half in and half out" proposal. Allegedly, the Duchess of Sussex was convinced that this scheme would help bring the monarchy to an "international level" where people would think they were a "superpower" and a "brand new league of their own."

He revealed he had the chance to see this controversial plan on paper and admitted some of her ideas "did look quite good." But knowing the monarchy had spent over a thousand years putting their brand together, this couldn't be changed in just 10 minutes upon the former actress' arrival, calling her "a B-list star from a cable TV soap."

Sean added Prince Harry couldn't believe Queen Elizabeth had turned their ideas down. Though no fancy arguments happened, the two thought they had made the perfect plan to become international ambassadors for the monarchy.

From there, they knew their destiny would be in the U.S. However, Tom Quinn told Us Weekly there was a possibility that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could return to their royal roles and do part-time royal duties when Prince Charles became King.

As it had been long said that the Prince of Wales wanted to modernize the royal family, the two might be hoping he would be open to part-time royal roles. Of course, as someone who grew up either working full-time or out of the monarchy, there was no way Her Majesty would allow it.

Quinn added Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could do their work for half a year and do their own thing back in the U.S. after. In their bombshell sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, the former "Suits" star said they never left the royal family and only wanted to have the same existing roles, per Marie Claire.

She added they weren't trying to reinvent the wheel; they just stepped back because things weren't working for everyone and they couldn't provide the help they needed despite being in a lot of pain. Meghan Markle continued that she and Prince Harry wanted to emulate other royal family members who earned a living, lived on palace grounds, supported Queen Elizabeth if and when called upon and planned to do it forever.