She may have retired in 2017, but there are signs that Meghan Markle may be planning to “retire” and return to show business. A source tells US Weekly, “Meghan is actively seeking representation. She’s started outreach. She may be a manager or an agent, but she is contacting people to find someone to represent her for future professional projects”.
Apparently Meghan Markle didn’t waste any time looking for a job; not long after she and Prince Harry left England to start a new life in Canada after leaving their royal duties, she signed a deal with Disney to do a voice-over, but the proceeds from the job went to a wildlife charity of her choice. The idea for this project was to be launched by Prince Harry when he met Disney’s CEO Bob Iger during the first London premiere of The Lion King in July 2019 (via Today).
The streaming TV giant Netflix also indicated that he would be interested in working with both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if the opportunity arose. Harry currently has an agreement with Apple TV+, where he and Oprah Winfrey would produce a series of documentaries on mental health.
Meghan Markle wants to be the breadwinner
If this is true, an anonymous source tells US Weekly that Meghan’s offer to return to Hollywood has Harry’s support. “Meghan Markle loves the idea of being the head of the family,” the source said. “She’s not planning on doing another show like Suits, but Harry encouraged her to do more voice-over work, writing, producing and directing in her spare time.
While Harry and Meghan seem to be happy in Canada, E! News says the couple is looking to move to Los Angeles for the summer. “They started looking at houses online and are about to interview security teams. They’re lining up ducks to see if it’s logistically possible,” the source says. “They’ve contacted people in Los Angeles and they’d like to put together a team of locals.”