I heard Neflix finally took the plunge and let them start....something. No other industry was willing to risk money on those two, particularly after the elephant documentary blunder. Meghan also has a reputation for being difficult to work with, worse than some of Hollywood's more well-known prima-donnas, despite having nothing to show for it.
You should have seen what was going on at the premier of the "live-action" Lion King movie. After the premier, the actors and producers were all mingling and getting ready for photo-ops, and Meghan chose a very sloppy method of snagging work. She first makes Harry go over and [very unprofessionally] ask Bob Iger to get his wife a job; while she goes over and shmoozes up to Beyonce and her husband. The thing is, if you watch the video, Beyonce was polite, but she really didn't seem interested in spending too much time talking to Meghan, and while Meghan's prattling on, Beyonce and her husband seem more interested in Harry, and would rather talk to him than Meghan.
According to a more recent article I read, the two of them were very clumsily trying to get work from the bigwigs in Hollywood. Now, people who have been in this business for any length of time, usually hire 1 or more Agents to help them find work. And yet Meghan would insist on doing it herself, despite having more than enough money to hire an agent. An interesting cycle started happening. Meghan would set up appointments with various producers, using Harry to get attention, and these people would happily do it, just so they could get a glimpse of a real-life prince. Then, when the meeting occurs, Harry and Meghan have nothing. They have no idea, no proposal, nothing to offer, and the meeting is wasted.
So, basically Meghan has no real idea how to break into "the biz" without sleeping with people and using their connections, and she's squandering her "Prince Card" really fast. The Pandemic hasn't helped matters, but honestly, even without the problems it's causing Hollywood, I doubt Meghan would have got anywhere further than she is now.
I have a feeling she's gonna crash and burn really bad with this Netflix deal.
I didn't even know who she was until she married Harry.
I can see her being difficult and even more so now that she has Harry who she thinks will empower her. She seems like a complete Sociopath without the intellect and again Harry just easily led.
I'll have to see if I can find some footage on the Lion King and what happened there it sounds hilarious.
I cannot wait to see this thing finally crash and burn and they might just take Netflix down with them lol!
I knew nothing about her either, until I suddenly saw their wedding being broadcast on tv.
The truth was, she was on a tv show that almost nobody outside of Canada watched, and it was doomed to be cancelled around the time she met Harry in 2016. My brother took a look at some of the episodes she was in, and she terrible at pretending to be "Rachel" (by the way, her first name is "Rachel.") I joked that all she knew how to do was take off her clothes, and my brother actually said she wasn't even good at that!
Be warned, she wore a really ugly dress to the "Lion King" Premier that reminded some people of Ursula. You shouldn't have trouble picking her out in the crowd.
I think I just found it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKApx_38aDk&t=95s
I don't know much about these things but they seem like the people you work with who when they go to the office party talk about work and projects rather than just chill and try and show their human side. They are working it at the wrong place.
Really cringey and I think asides from the novelty of meeting a Prince, everyone is embarrassed for him. It is a terrible dress too, it looks too tight on her, it shows up her back fat.
She really is a bad actress https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzB7Q81gkjE