Will the Duchess Meghan go back to "suits"?

adminJanuary 8, 2019




Acting has hung her up, turning her back on the series "Suits". But NBC Universal now wants Duchess Meghan to perform for the very last time in the lawyer's series – for a millionaire fee.

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For seven seasons, she flickered over the screens in the series "Suits" as a lawyer. But with the engagement of Prince Harry, the Duchess Meghan also separated roads with Rachel Zane. As a royal, she has no time to spend her time shopping. Instead, charity events and deals on behalf of the crown are on the agenda.

The station came to the 37-year-olds at that time, so she got a soft departure from the series. "Meghan has been a member of our family for seven years, and it was a pleasure to work with her," it said in a statement. "We thank her for her undeniable passion and dedication to" suits "and want her all the best."

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Now, eight months after the wedding, those responsible will have Meghan back. This is reported by several media. An employee of the producing studio NBC Universal is said to have told "Sun" that there are already concrete plans for Rachel's return. Thus, her performance will take "no more than two minutes". "Turning the scene will take about half a day," the studio says. A period that would actually be possible for a royal.

Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle: I Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle: In "Suits" they played a loving couple. (Source: image)

In addition, the appearance of the Duchess study is worth a record. She used to get $ 45,000 per episode. Now it's about two to six million Рfor a two minute look. But the money should not be given to them, but should be donated to charity of their choice. For Meghan, who cares about several charity projects, surely a tempting offer. Her serial fiancé Patrick J. Adams will be returning to her role for the finals of the eighth season. He also left "suits".

Whether Meghan really comes back to the set of "suits" is uncertain. So far, the Duchess of Sussex or Kensington Palace has not commented on this. One thing is certain: as a member of the British Royal Family, she needs the Queen's approval.



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