Meghan Markle’s Netflix cartoon, Pearl, is quietly titled after the Duchess of Sussex.

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Meghan Markle’s Netflix cartoon, Pearl, is quietly titled after the Duchess of Sussex.

Fans of the Sussexes have speculated that MEGHAN MARKLE was inspired to develop Archewell’s debut animated series by “her own self.”

Meghan stated over the weekend that she is working on a new Netflix animated series. According to Archewell Productions, the show will center on a little girl’s “heroic experience.”

During her voyage, the girl, named Pearl, will learn to “come into her power” and “discover inspiration from famous women throughout history,” according to Meghan and Harry’s production firm.

Meghan and Archewell have given very little facts regarding the series.

However, some Meghan supporters feel Meghan may have drawn influence from herself when developing the character of Pearl.

Meghan’s name means’pearl,’ which led to this hypothesis.

“Meghan is a girl’s name that means’pearl,’ and is related to the Greek name Margaret and the Welsh name Megan,” according to the website thebump.com.

Because of the names’ similarity, it’s possible that the future Netflix show will be titled after the Duchess.

“Did you know Meghan’s name means ‘pearl’ in Welsh and Irish?” one Twitter user asked.

Another person uploaded a screenshot from thebump.com explaining the relationship between “pearl” and “Meghan,” along with the emoji “her thoughts.”

“I read somewhere Meghan means Pearl in Welsh and Greek,” a third commented. I believe she is also influenced by her 11-year-old self.

“Wow, what a mind!”

Meghan was compared to the inspirational and fictional character Pearl by this social media user, who retweeted another individual.

“It will be easy to produce because she was ‘Pearl’ at 11 years old #MeghanMarkle #inspiration,” they wrote on Twitter.

Meghan’s extensive history of activism, which began when she was a young girl, was referenced by one fan.

She filed a letter of protest to Procter & Gamble when she was 11 years old, claiming that an advertisement for the company’s Ivory dishwasher soap was sexist.

“Women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans,” said the voiceover at the end of the commercial.

The future Duchess of Sussex also penned letters to women she admired at the time, including civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred, former US First Lady Hillary Clinton, and news reporter Linda Ellerbee.

All of Meghan’s receivers wrote her encouraging notes, and Ms Ellerbee even sent a TV crew to interview her.

“I don’t think,” the 11-year-old remarked. Brinkwire Summary News

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