In a surprising turn of events, rumors are circulating that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, may be making a sensational return to acting.
Since marrying Prince Harry and joining the British royal family, Markle has retired from her acting career. However, recent reports suggest that she may be looking for solo opportunities to re-establish herself as a prominent figure in Hollywood.
This surprising rumor with questionable credibility, to say the least, comes amid her efforts to save her multi-million dollar contract with Netflix.
The speculation, coming from Australia and published by the Express newspaper, has raised questions about Markle’s future plans.
Meghan Markle to make The Bodyguard sequel?
According to these reports, she could star in the sequel to one of the highest-grossing romantic films of all time: ‘The Bodyguard’.
The original film, released in 1992, starred Kevin Costner and the late Whitney Houston.
Interestingly, Costner had previously revealed that there was interest in creating a sequel with Princess Diana as a new love interest.
Although that project never materialized, it now appears that Markle could bring this long-awaited sequel to life.
Markle’s rumored return to acting comes at a crucial time, following the couple’s recent setback with their $25 million deal with Spotify.
While details of the sequel have yet to be confirmed, the potential project could inject some much-needed financial support into their efforts.
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Markle’s signing with the talent agency William Morris Endeavour is yet another sign of her determination to establish herself in the entertainment industry.
As Meghan Markle explores solo opportunities, her husband, Prince Harry, is also embarking on his own projects.
Prince Harry is working solo with Netflix. His goal is to create a documentary about Africa, a cause that follows in the footsteps of his late mother, Princess Diana.
The specific subject of the documentary has not yet been revealed, but it is expected to delve into the cultural richness and challenges facing the African continent.
Harry’s deep affection and appreciation for Africa was cemented during a trip to Botswana early in his relationship with Meghan Markle, where their love blossomed.
However, the ongoing screenwriters’ strike in Hollywood may mean a significant delay in the production of the documentary.