Meghan Markle has finally returned to work, once more, after her period of maternity, having given birth to royal baby, Archie, in May.
The Duchess of Sussex, looking stunning in clothes paid for by the taxpayer, posed for photos outside Buckingham Palace, and said she couldn't wait to 'roll up her sleeves', and to "get back to business as soon as possible".
Prince Harry's wife said she felt fine, but had become slightly bored with motherhood. Instead, she'd decided to get back to graft, and making lots of money by forming spurious partnerships with clothing designers, whereby she struts her frame around wearing their oddball creations, in divisive attempts to coerce the gullible public into using their hardearned cash to go out and buy the crap.
It's thought she may soon start to wonder what 'elbow grease' is, and has already asked one of her maids-in-waiting about getting "some muck under her fingernails" whilst rinsing a cup under some running tap water.
A royal forehead-dabber said it wasn't the first time a member of the household had broken sweat. According to him, Prince Philip had several baubles of sweat on his brow during a visit to Kenya in 1975, and the Queen, herself, became wet under the armpits during the hot summer of 1976.