It was clear Meghan Markle may make a return to Hollywood after she and Prince Harry officially stepped back from the royal family.
And while it’s already been announced that the former Suits actress has signed a voiceover deal with Disney, a source has now revealed the duchess is ‘actively looking’ for an agent or manager to help with ‘future projects’.
“It can be a manager or an agent, but she’s reaching out to people to find someone to represent her for future professional projects,” the source told US Weekly.
Meghan reportedly made the deal with Disney in return for a donation to the charity Elephants Without Borders, according to The Times.
She quit acting when she got engaged to Prince Harry in 2017, but is believed to have recorded her voiceover in November.
The hushed conversation showed Harry pointing at wife Meghan before he says, “You know she does voiceovers?”
Beyonce caught cringing at Sussexes second Disney pitch
Disney boss Bob Iger wasn’t the only top dog to receive a voiceover pitch from the Sussexes at the Lion King premier back in July 2019,
Harry repeated his pitch to Lion King director Jon Favreau, this time in more audible footage, which had eagle-eyed fans spotting Beyonce shifting uncomfortably in the background.
“Next time if there’s anyone who needs any extra voice-overs, we can make ourselves available,” Harry says in a jocular tone.
“That’s why we’re really here, to pitch,” Meghan added as the whole group laughed.
Meghan ‘couldn’t be happier’ in Canada
Despite reports that claimed Meghan and Harry had been too rash with their decision and they might return to royal life within months, it’s now being claimed that there’s no going back for Meghan.
“Meghan couldn't be happier since leaving the UK,” a source told US Weekly.
“Meghan feels free. She has never been happier. She’s happy to be out of London.”
The source continued, saying that Meghan was surprised at how quickly the royal exit got sorted, but she’s happy with her decision.
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