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After leaving the royal family, Princess Diana had big plans for her life. Much like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the People’s Princess intended to lead the big screen. However, Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997 when she was only 36 years old, 23 years since her tragic death.

After her royal life ended, Princess Diana aspired to grow up in the showbiz industry.It’s a bit like Meghan and Harry, allegedly launching secret projects at high profile media companies.

Royal expert Howard Hodgson said in his 2007 biography, Charles – The Man Who Will Be King, “She was hoping Tony Blair would find her an ambassadorial role that would surely allow her to make headlines for years to come. come.

“And if he didn’t, she had other self-promotion ideas that could serve as a Plan B.

Princess Diana: One of Diana’s biggest wishes before her death has a surprising connection to Meghan (Image: MIRRORPIX)

Princess Diana: Much like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the People’s Princess intended to lead the big screen (Image: GETTY)

She had been in negotiations for almost a year with American film actor Kevin Costner who wanted her to star in a sequel to The Bodyguard herself.

Mr Hodgson said: “She had accepted 30 pages of screenplay written especially for her, and even had dinner with the Warner Brothers studio heads.

“… Considering her addiction to fame, she must have been seriously tempted to take on the role of the film,” the biography added.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have also been offered a number of showbiz opportunities since leaving the royal family.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to have launched secret projects at high profile media companies (Image: GETTY)

Meghan Markle grew up on set before leaving the theater to marry Prince Harry two years ago.

The actress’ first role was “Hot Girl # 2” in a movie starring Ashton Kutcher before landing roles on “CSI”, “90210” and the Russell Brand hit film “Get Him to the Greek” .

Meghan grew up around TV stars thanks to her father Thomas Markle’s work as a director of photography.

While loved ones have argued in recent years over a number of explosive allegations he has made about his daughter – she still retains a number of those memories of his time on set.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have also been offered a number of showbiz opportunities since leaving the royal family (Image: GETTY)

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meghan Markle grew up on set before quitting acting to marry Prince Harry two years ago (Image: GETTY)

Meghan’s revelations about her debut in the world of show business have already been discussed during an interview on “The Late Late Show”.

The actress explained that she was “born and raised” in Los Angeles, California.

She joked, “Yes, I’m one of the five. You can pinch me, I’m real!

She said, “So I grew up on the set of ‘Married… with kids’ every day after school for 10 years, I was there.

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“It’s a very kinky place for a little girl, who went to Catholic school no less, because I’m there in my school uniform, right?”

The American sitcom was known for its offensive material and understudies that attacked women, weight, immigrants and minority groups, and was also called “shady.”

“Married… with Children” aired its last episode in 1997 after being shown on television screens for over a decade.

Amanda Bearse, who played Marcy D’Arcy on the show, said News.com.au in 2018: “It was a petty and misogynistic spectacle.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meghan grew up around TV stars thanks to her father Thomas Markle’s work as director of photography (Image: GETTY)

“It was so completely inappropriate.

“Today I don’t think the show would be produced because it’s so offensive on a global scale.”

While the content contrasted completely with Meghan’s later life campaigning to end bullying on social media and women’s rights, she fondly remembered her time.

She said, “And then the guest stars would be Traci Lords, Tia Carrere, they’re women. “



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