Royal experts claim that Meghan Markle might be a "bigger brand" than the entire British monarchy.

This comes amid speculation that the Duchess of Sussex's future plans include a presidential run in the United States.

Royal analysts Kristen Meinzer and Tiwa Adebayo discussed the documentary "Fergie & Meghan: Inconvenient Royals" in an online tabloid. The experts revealed the similarities between Prince Harry's wife and his aunt, Sarah Ferguson, and their impact on the British royal family.

On where the former "Suits" actress would go next, Meinzer speculated that her big personal brand, which is unrelated to the royals, could lead her to a position in politics.

Adebayo spoke on the Channel 5 doc. She said: "When it comes to her royal connections, I do think that we are already seeing that Meghan and Harry are almost bigger than the royal brand."

They went on to add, "We obviously know she has the Archwell Foundation, and they are trying to do good work through that."

Commentators have been debating whether Meghan Markle will enter politics or run for office "at some time," as if everyone already knows the answer.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle even used their celebrity to make a political statement in the United States, encouraging Americans to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

Meghan Markle's more prominent branding than the British monarch comes after Omid Scobie, a royal commentator and author, reported that senior Netflix executives are very excited about what she and her husband Prince Harry have planned for their next projects since stepping down from their royal roles.

According to Scobie, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are apparently "aiming high" after signing large and pricey deals. Netflix and Spotify are expected to pay a total of more than $100 million for these partnerships.

On the "Royally Obsessed" podcast, Scobie said that he expects the pair to produce a film or a television drama.

He went on to say some things he had heard from the grapevine: "We've heard a lot about the non-scripted work but there is that whole side of the production company that is scripted."

Scobie added: "It's only a matter of time before that comes to life and I think that's really exciting because it's a side of them we've never seen or heard of before but one they're really eager to get into."

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks during a special school assembly at the Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham ahead of International Women’s Day (IWD) held on Sunday 8th March, on March 6, 2020 in London, England. Photo by Ben Stansall-WPA Pool/Getty Images