Meghan Markle's recent foray into the homeware industry, with unique products like custom-made preserves and canine snacks, has been generating significant attention and excitement.

There are circulating rumors that Meghan is actively pursuing an endorsement from King Charles for her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard. According to an unnamed source from OK! Magazine, the Duchess of Sussex is actively seeking assistance from any available source.

"Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are at the top of her list, but she is shooting even higher and would love to get King Charles to give his stamp of approval."

This rumor emerges in the middle of rumors about potential rivalry between the Royals, renowned for promoting comparable home and gift products, and Meghan's new venture. Former BBC Royal journalist Jennie Bond asserted that King Charles' Highgrove residence, despite its provision of luxurious organic delicacies such as jams and honey, does not concern itself with any sense of competition.

"I absolutely refuse to buy into suggestions of a petty rivalry between Meghan's products and the release of new products from the Highgrove estate. Highgrove has been coming up with new products for years now. The marketing might have become more sophisticated over time, but there has always been publicity about the organic produce from the farm and gardens,” Jennie told the entertainment news outlet.

"I really don't think that Charles or his marketing people would sink so low as to try to deliberately compete with or scupper Meghan and her team. Why would Charles want to make things worse than they already are? So I think it's a load of old nonsense and would be beneath him,” the royal expert went on.

According to experts, Meghan's entry into the artisan jam market with her American Riviera Orchard lifestyle brand has generated significant attention among members of the Royal family, leading insiders to express a sense of relief.

The Duchess of Sussex's most recent business venture is seen as a refreshing shift from the highly anticipated "tell-all" book that had been eagerly anticipated by Royal enthusiasts.

Emma Clifton, a journalist at Australian Women's Weekly, proposed that this transition towards a more domestic industry could be interpreted as favorable news for the Royals.

"Considering how much anticipation there was for Meghan's supposed 'tell-all-novel', her pivot into domestic goddess should surely mean there are a few sighs of relief around the palace...for now,” Emma said.

Waylon Tate, a renowned public relations specialist for celebrities, discussed Meghan's distinctive strategy for promoting her new business in an interview with Australian Women's Weekly.

“What I've seen so far, although she's been pretty clandestine about it—everything surrounding this new brand, is that it's Meghan and it's Meghan alone. You can even see it on Instagram. It's not Meghan and Harry—it's by Meghan. This is the emancipation of Meghan. It's her saying, 'I'm a smart, savvy businesswoman. And here's an introduction to my family on my terms,’” Waylon told the entertainment news outlet.

Business Times has reached out to Meghan Markle for comments.