Meghan Markle is thought to be considering a return to the acting world and has her sights set on a superhero role, according to a royal commentator.
Before meeting Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex famously played Rachel Zane in legal drama Suits.
But after falling in love with the Prince and becoming engaged in 2017, she stepped away from the acting world to focus on her royal duties.
However, now that the Sussexes have stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family, royal expert Neil Sean thinks Meghan could be ready to get back to the job that made her famous.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, Neil said: “Apparently, according to this very good source, Meghan would like to return to acting, and would particularly like to look at a superhero-type role.
“She sees these as the way forward, the sort of things that get kids at an early age, and you sort of age with them, because once they like you as a child, they remember you forever.
“I’m not quite sure how this will pan out for Meghan but, truly, it's not something that she’s laid to rest yet.
“She did tell someone recently that she wasn’t quite done with acting and she wished it could have ended in a different way.
“Of course, when you’re in a big TV show like that, you do get offered movie roles, and we truly don’t know what sort of roles Meghan was being offered at that point."
Meghan’s latest career plans come after she and Prince Harry reportedly declined an invitation to attend the late Princess Diana’s memorial party on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex declined the invite to join the star-studded celebration of the late Princess’ life with 100 guests including Elton John andPrince William .
According to royal expert and author Penny Juror, the Sussexes are simply “not interested” in attempts to repair their relationship with the monarchy.
Penny told The Sun: “The longer they stay away the greater the rift and the more difficult it is to come back from.
“There is a lot of work to be done, it’s a shame they can’t come back. It shows they are not interested in making things work.”
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