Could Meghan Markle be making a return to Hollywood following her departure from royal duties?

Amidst Prince Charles and Kate Middleton’s temporary withdrawal from royal duties, reports suggest that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is poised to make a Hollywood comeback with a “dream role” in a blockbuster spinoff of the popular legal drama Suits.

Facing challenges in reentering Hollywood after a reported Spotify setback, the Duchess is rumored to have been offered the chance to direct at least one episode of the new series, Suits: Los Angeles. NBCUniversal has reportedly approved the spinoff, and negotiations are underway with Meghan’s representation at the talent agency WME.

The brainchild of Meghan’s friend and the creator of the original drama, Aaron Korsch, the new series has generated anticipation. Studio insiders reveal that Meghan, with her substantial global fan base, is in a strong position for a significant role.

According to a source cited by Daily Express, an official announcement may be imminent, possibly as early as next month, indicating the industry’s enthusiasm for Meghan’s return.

Suits, which dominated America’s TV download charts for fifteen consecutive weeks, has fueled speculation about Meghan reprising her role as paralegal Rachel Zane. Patrick J. Adams, Meghan’s former co-star, hinted at the possibility after the Golden Globes, stating, “Mike and Rachel in Seattle. They gotta come down to LA, they gotta fix some stuff.”

In a recent Vanity Fair interview, Meghan remained elusive about her return, acknowledging the show’s greatness and her enjoyable seven seasons on it. The new spinoff is rumored to feature a female lead resembling Meghan’s previous character, described as “tailor-made” and a “dream role” by studio insiders, heightening excitement about Meghan’s potential involvement.

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