THE Duchess of Sussex has allegedly been offered an eye-watering sum to return to her television role.
Meghan Markle will not return to legal hit drama Suits for "one last episode", according to new reports.
'No final figure has yet been arrived at but negotiations are likely to be opened in the very near future'.
The magazine said that it had spoken to two insiders working on Suits who denied that any offer had been made, and there were no plans for the Duchess of Sussex to return. We see what you're doing, NBC, and we're impressed.
Markle starred in the TV programme as NY paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane from 2010 but left the show after seven series.
According to The Daily Star, the execs at NBC would be willing to film the short, two-minute cameo in Markle's new home country in the United Kingdom and work around her schedule, with a senior producer saying "We could be done in half a day or less".
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Not to mention, Meghan seemed more than happy with the way she ended that chapter of life when she talked about her retirement from acting during her engagement interview with Harry a year ago.
Her stint on Suits ended on amiable terms, and she's kept a close relationship with her former co-stars - Adams, Gina Torres, Sarah Rafferty, and Gabriel Macht - as they were all invited to her Royal Wedding. On the show, Markle's character Rachel married her boyfriend Mike Ross, played by Patrick J. Adams.
Markle's appearance could potentially fit into the story nicely, with her being happily pregnant, and enjoying her new life living in the UK.
"The wedding would be a ideal time for Meg to get together with my dad - who is her father as well - and just put all the past behind everybody and move on and be a closer family again".
'I believe we could get away with only one or two lines from Rachel, perhaps saying how she would never have believed she would have such a wonderful life'.
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