Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently relocated to Santa Barbara.
Amid all the controversies that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are facing, recent reports revealed that they have already moved to a new home. They, reportedly, purchased a property in Santa Barbara, for a whopping price of AU$13.3 million.
Following their move to their new mansion, The Mirror claims that they went after the property to be much closer to Hollywood. As added, the Duchess of Sussex is, allegedly, planning to make a comeback in the film scene.
Meghan Markle has a “pulling power” on a global scale
The chairman of InterTalent, Professor Jonathan Shalit OBE, reportedly, said that Meghan Markle’s “pulling power” is “phenomenal.” The public would want to see her perform, he added.
Shalit asserted that she could earn about $50 million in her first Hollywood role since Megxit. He, however, countered that the actor’s salaries depend on “box office appeal,” and not the quality of acting.
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They want to work with her
American filmmaker Paul Feig echoed Shalit’s assertions, according to The Sun. He said that many “movie chiefs” are “scrambling to work” with her now that she is back in the United States.
The Ghostbusters and Spy director added that he would love to have the Duchess in a movie. He, later on, said that he is a “fan,” who thinks of her as “great.”
Director Joe Russo, also, had the same thoughts about the Duchess of Sussex. He said that Meghan offers “incredible opportunities” to filmmakers in Hollywood. In the end, Russo described her return to the industry as “amazing.”
Is she returning, though?
It remains unclear whether Meghan Markle will make a comeback to Hollywood. While many film experts are seemingly certain about it, the Sussex couple has not shared their plans before the public.
The only thing that the public knows is that they will continue to establish their non-profit organization and charitable causes. But, outside this line, no one can tell yet.
Previous reports noted that Meghan did several projects in the past, before marrying Prince Harry. Among all her acting gigs, it was her role in Suits that truly launched her career.
After seven seasons, however, she had to quit because of her engagement to the British Royal Family. But, now that Meghan Markle is no longer a working royal, alongside Prince Harry, many have continued to conclude that they will try to dominate the film industry, as well.
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