After her decision to withdraw from the royal environment, new opportunities open up for Duchess Meghan. Everything indicates that she is considering a return to acting.
The former actress of the popular series “Suits”, Duchess Meghan (42), is said to be thinking about a possible return to the film business. According to media reports, the Duchess of Sussex is currently in talks with well-known directors and producers to prepare for her strategic comeback on the big screen.
Duchess Meghan: New perspectives after “Suits” success
An insider told him Life & Style Magazinethat the Suits reruns were so successful that Meghan was told fans would love to see her act again. Meghan seemed to express a desire not only to take on a new television role, but also to play a dramatic film role. She is convinced that she has a chance of winning an Oscar.
Her rise to fame began with her role as Rachel Zane on Suits. After her engagement to Prince Harry (38), she left the series in 2017. It seems that she is now seriously considering returning to the camera.
Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry: New ways after the royal retreat
The source continued, “She’s had a number of offers over the past five years but she turned them down because she was genuinely trying to enjoy royal life and later explore a new path behind the scenes in Hollywood with Harry go. But now that has all changed. As other opportunities dry up, she actively seeks roles and talks to a few well-known directors and producers. Harry supports all of this 100 percent. Acting is what Meghan knows and has always loved.” While Meghan is working on her Hollywood return, Prince Harry is in the middle of filming his own Netflix-Documentation “Heart of Invictus”.
Since leaving the royal family to move to California, the two have endured a series of business setbacks. That year, her $25 million exclusive deal with Spotify was canceled and the controversial Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan was left out of the Emmy nominations. We can’t wait to see Meghan on the big screen again soon.