Meghan Markle loses Aussie supporters as Duchess interview ridiculed

Meghan Markle: Australian TV viewers respond to comments

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Meghan Markle has offered to give help and guidance to the actress who could play her role in a future TV series or film. In an interview with Variety, the Duchess admitted there might come a point a filmmaker will want to produce a film about the Royal Family in which she would be featured. The comments caught the eye of Australia’s Today show, which shared Australians’ reactions.

Today’s host Allison Langdon started her news segment, saying: “The thing that caught my attention is she’s ruled out a return to Holyrood except for one circumstance where she’d consider returning to Holyrood.

“That’s an advisory role to help guide an actress who might one day play her in a TV show or movie.”

Her co-host Karl Stefanovic said: “Exactly. We’ve been hearing from our funny viewers, you at home.”

The hosts went on to display Australians’ reactions to the role. 

Jeannette Clark said on Facebook: “So glad she’s going to ‘help’ the person who plays her. Genuine with a capital G.”

Chrissy Pisky said: “Is she trying to get into comedy?”

Patty Red tweeted: “One of the best laughs I’ve had all day!”

Meanwhile, Shirley McKinnon said: “Good grief, what planet does she come from?!”

Cathy took to Instagram, saying: “It’s all about ME-gain.”

Reacting to the last reaction, a Today co-host Stefanovic said: “Very clever”.

“So, if you need a sleep – I need to get to sleep – Meghan’s stuff is worth reading,” he added.

Laughing, co-anchor Langdon said: “Or a podcast.”

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Meghan Markle hoped the actor playing her would find “the softness and the playfulness and the laughter. The silliness.”

“I just hope she finds the dimensions. Also, she can call me!”

Peter Morgan, creator of Netflix’s The Crown series, reportedly said episodes about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would not happen any time soon – leaving the door open for a potential season about the Sussexes. 

The next season of The Crown is set to be released in November, with Elizabeth Debicki taking over from Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Dominic West replacing Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles.

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