Hey, no-one could accuse her of being less than opportunistic.
I'm not sure VP will want to have her position/public prominence diluted by MM, nor will POTUS want to queer things with HMG. I suspect she'll find herself kept at arm's length by the White House machine.
Harry boy was a good enough soldier and pilot, but he is utterly out of his depth inI honestly think that Megan is your typical wide-eyed "I'm gonna change the world and make loads of money" type but...is leaving everything to PR companies which- do not have an economic projection beyond whatever their contactual period is. As such..we will be subjected to countless 'lightbulb moments' and releases to social media regarding various ambitions and projects.
I honestly think they have sold themselves to several PR companies and what we are seeing is those companies using their name for the time they are on the books.
It's what the members of staff may say in court that worries them. These people are the fabricators and maintainers of the PR mirage which surrounds all members of the RF. They know the truth, and lordy me, the truth may slip out with a clever lawyer asking the questions.I tend to agree with @woger wabbit, the royal family has been through rougher times than this; the royals weren't all that popular when Victoria was crowned but she managed to restore the family fortunes.
They survived Edward VIII's abdication and the national 'outrage', manufactured or not when Diana died was overcome. I don't think a stroppy, C-lister, American celebrity is going to pose too much of a threat to the Windsors.
Also if your going down the ruthless route, they may have thrown Prince Andrew under a metaphorical bus but many believe Diana was thrown under a real Fiat.