MEGHAN Markle is allegedly gearing up to revive her old lifestyle blog The Tig.
The Duchess of Sussex shut down the website following her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017.
But the 41-year-old has got official preliminary approval for a relaunch, The Mirror reports.
The Tig, named after her favourite wine Tignanello, would allegedly rival Gwyneth Paltrow's £200million Goop, which offers similar wellness and "conscious living" content.
It could also see Meghan become an agony aunt, dishing out "commentary in the field of personal relationships", according to papers filed with the US Trademark and Patent Office.
The former actress started the blog, which could go live as early as next week, while starring in legal drama Suits.
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She previously described it as a "passion project" which "evolved into an amazing community of inspiration, support, fun and frivolity".
Not only would it be a space for her to vent her views, it could also provide the Sussexes a substantial income.
Since stepping down as senior royals, the couple have produced a podcast, Netflix documentary and memoir, as well as several high-profile interviews between them.
These are said to have made them millions of dollars.
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Speaking in docuseries Harry & Meghan, the mum-of-two said of the blog: "It wasn't just a hobby, it became a really successful business.
"I've never really been the type of person to do only one thing. I guess that's how my website was born.
"There was fashion, tons of food, and travel – all the things that I loved."
Suits director and Meghan's pal Silver Tree said: "When she first was describing [The Tig] to me, she was like, 'It's like your best friend telling you all the fun things you wish you knew about in one place'."
According to royal biographers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, the site was shut down due to "intense media scrutiny".
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