The Sussexes attended their final engagement as working royals earlier this week.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have performed their final duties as senior members of the royal family, and while we're happy they'll now be transitioning into the quieter life they wanted, we'll miss seeing them out and about.

Still, Sunday Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah said during BBC’s Commonwealth Service coverage on Monday that she believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could still make appearances alongside the royal family in the future.

"I think we’re still going to see them at big family occasions," she said. "We will see them at Trooping the Colour, at Buckingham Palace in June."

Trooping the Colour is an annual event to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's birthday. Last year, it was the first public event Meghan attended after giving birth to baby Archie.

Beyond that, it's unclear what's next for Meghan and Harry as they step down from being working royals. Monday's Commonwealth service, which saw them reunited with Prince William and Kate Middleton publicly for the first time since the news, was to be their last event as senior members of the royal family before they officially cease royal duties on March 31.

It's been reported that Meghan and Harry could stand to make a lot of money if they go into Instagram influencing, and there have been rumors that Prince Harry has something in the works with Goldman Sachs, but nothing has been confirmed.

In any case, it's too early to say what's truly next for the Sussexes, but it'll be interesting to see what uncharted territory they could go into as they work to be financially independent.