Many fans have continued to watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after revealing on their Sussex Royal Instagram that they planned to step away from the British royal family. Following the announcement, many wondered what the next steps would be for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Now, some have started to speculate that the former "Suits" actress could be getting ready for a new partnership with British Vogue thanks to a recent confirmation.

According to Daily Mail, Meghan and Harry confirmed on Wednesday that they would be leaving Canada and returning to the U.K. on Feb. 28. It has also been said that they plan to end their stay on March 7.

The aforementioned speculation surrounds the fact that the couple's stay coincides with the date of the inaugural Forces For Change event on March 7, which is set to be hosted by British Vogue's Edward Enninful. Previously, Meghan worked with Enninful when she guest-edited the Sept. 2019 issue of British Vogue.

During her time working with the publication last year, she not only made a decision to forgo becoming a cover star herself, but she additionally received a bit of criticism for specific choices she made while in the role. However, the Duchess of Sussex almost missed out on working with the outlet entirely due to a mysterious text she once sent Enninful.

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Aside from the curiosity surrounding Meghan's potential return to British Vogue, both she and Prince Harry have started to transition away from the royal family. It has been said that the two have also had discussions regarding a certain aspect of Archie Harrison's life moving forward. Additionally, other reports have surfaced that ask if Queen Elizabeth II's behavior could have played a part in inspiring the couple to leave the royal family in the first place.

At this time, it remains unclear whether or not Meghan will work with British Vogue for a second time in the future.

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to step back as 'senior' royals
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to step back as "senior" royals. POOL/DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS