January 31, 2020

Meghan Markle Is Reportedly Actively Looking for Representation for Future Professional Projects

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Meghan Markle is ready to start working again, and she is reportedly in search of representation before landing any professional project.

Meghan Markle successfully said goodbye to working for Queen and country. She is ready to dive right back to the working community and is putting things in place.

The former actress is reportedly actively looking for representation. The latter is in anticipation of future projects when she eventually gets them.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle depart from Catalyst Inc, Northern Ireland's next generation science park on March 23, 2018 in Belfast, Nothern Ireland | Photo: Getty Images



A source recently revealed on the "Hot Hollywood" podcast that Markle has begun reaching out to contacts. The source said,

"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 former actress is most likely going to return to Hollywood but in a slightly different capacity. She might delve into voice-overs, and her husband, Prince Harry, already pitched her to the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger.



The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking for jobs to sustain their lifestyle now that they stepped away from the Royal family. The couple made it clear at their step-down that they wanted to be financially independent.

Markle and Harry's move also means that their old responsibilities would pass on to other Royal family members

The two no longer get their Royal stipends and are building a new life in Canada. The Sussexes are already putting down roots in the North American country.



Markle and Harry recently pledged their support to Bell Let's Talk. The latter is a charity outfit that supports mental health initiatives, a cause that the Royals are passionate about.

The couple has no regrets about leaving behind their Royal duties. According to "In Touch," the former actress didn't like living with a lot of protocols, and she felt silly and uncomfortable doing the Royal wave.



The former "Suits" star and her husband do not plan to teach their son, Archie, Royal protocols. The two want him to have a "Normal" life like most children in the world.

Given that the little boy is growing up in another continent, that wouldn't be hard to do. Also, Archie won't have any Royal duties like his cousins growing up under the Crown.


Markle and Harry's move also means that their old responsibilities would pass on to other Royal family members. Princess Eugenie and Beatrice are expected to step into their cousin's shoes.

The Duke of York daughters are the most likely candidates, as two people are needed to fill in for the Sussexes. In the meantime, the sisters are still working their regular jobs and helping out the Queen when required.