“She has begun to outreach. 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.”
But don’t expect to see Meghan in any more drama series - her acting career will more likely be cameo appearances and voice-overs.
“[Meghan] has no plans to do another show like Suits, but Harry’s been encouraging her to do more voice-over work, writing, producing and directing in her free time,” an insider told Us Weekly.
Maybe Meghan should employ her own husband to be her agent as Prince Harry has already helped land her a voice-over gig with Disney.
When Harry ran into Disney CEO Bob Iger at the London Lion King premiere in July last year, the Duke of Sussex casually dropped in conversation with Iger that Meghan “does voice-overs”, adding, “She’s really interested.” Iger told the prince, “Sure. We’d love to try.”
Meghan has reportedly already recorded her first voice over project with Disney prior to Christmas. However, as she was still a working member of the royal family at the time, her contract requested that instead of receiving direct compensation for the project, a contribution will be made to the wildlife charity, Elephants Without Borders.