Meghan Markle ‘wants a superhero acting role’ so she may be ‘forever remembered,’ according to experts.


Meghan Markle ‘wants a superhero acting role’ so she may be ‘forever remembered,’ according to experts.

Meghan Markle is considering a comeback to her prior acting career, according to royal pundit Neil Sean, now that she has returned to civilian life. She is particularly interested in a superhero role.

Meghan Markle is reportedly exploring a comeback to acting, with her sights set on a “superhero role,” according to a royal observer.

Meghan rose to prominence as an actress in the renowned US television series Suits before marrying Prince Harry in May 2018.

Rachel Zane, a lawyer at a prominent firm in New York, was played by the Californian in the drama.

When the now-Duchess of Sussex assumed royal responsibilities, she gave up her acting career in favor of supporting the royals’ philanthropic endeavors.

However, now that she is no longer bound by those responsibilities after moving to the United States with Harry last year, royal expert Neil Sean claims Meghan may return to her acting career.

“Apparently,” Neil asserted on his YouTube channel, “Meghan would like to return to acting, and would particularly like to look at a superhero-type role.”

“She views these as the way forward, the kinds of things that appeal to children at a young age, and you grow up with them because once they like you as a child, they remember you forever,” she says.

“I’m not sure how this will turn out for Meghan, but it’s certainly not something she’s put to rest just yet.”

“She recently told someone that she wasn’t completely finished with acting and that she hoped it might have ended differently.”

“Of course, when you’re on a big TV show like that, you get given movie roles, and we have no idea what kind of roles Meghan was offered at the time.”

However, Neil pointed out that these stories were “unconfirmed,” and that Harry and Meghan had been linked to a variety of projects since their transatlantic trip.

The couple has landed lucrative arrangements with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify since establishing their charity Archewell organization.

One royal biographer criticized the Sussexes recently when they revealed they would be “impact partners” at a sustainable investing firm.

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