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Meghan Markle's Pre-royalty Interview with Larry King Resurfaces after His Death

Rebelander Basilan
Jan 30, 2021
04:50 P.M.
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Larry King's death had unearthed an old video of his interview with Meghan Markle. The clip shows the legendary host making a cheeky comment, which left the actress stuttering.

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Larry King has passed away after several health issues in the last few years. He was a regular on US television and had countless interviews with many celebrities.

Meghan Markle was among those he interviewed. Nevertheless, Mr. King's question about her character, Rachel Zane, put the interview in an awkward snag.

Larry King visits "Extra" at Universal Studios Hollywood on September 12, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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During the 2013 interview, Mr. King asked Markle about Rachel Zane. The actress described her character as a paralegal at a fictional television firm. The host added: "Seductive?"

Markle paused a moment before telling Mr. King she does not know. The broadcast legend later joked that it was just a comment. Markle laughed awkwardly before continuing with the interview.

Meghan Markle on June 9, 2018 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images

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Markle was with her "Suits" costar, Patrick J. Adams, at the time. The Duchess also explained why the show is successful, saying that viewers really relate to the characters.

The statement posted on his verified social media accounts announced his death.

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Regarding the growing fame of "Suits," Markle said that it is so flattering and lovely, and, at the same time, it's an eye-opener that people's lives have really changed.

During the interview, Markle also shared her first audition experience. According to her, her first audition was for the film "A Lot Like Love." A friend of hers was working at the casting office, she said.

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In January, Mr. King passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at 87. The statement posted on his verified social media accounts announced his death.

The statement said Mr. King's thousands of interviews, awards, and global acclaim over six decades as a broadcaster in radio, television, and digital media are a testament to his unique and lasting talent.

The statement did not provide the cause of death, but Mr. King had been hospitalized with COVID-19 in late December at Cedars-Sinai, a family source previously said.

He also suffered several health issues over the years, including heart attacks. In 1957, Mr. King started his media career as a disc jockey at WAHR-AM in Miami.

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