Meghan Markle Reveals One Thing She Misses About Her Old Life (and, No, It’s Not Instagram)


LIFE as Meghan Markle knows it has changed forever after tying the knot with Prince Harry.

But despite taking to the new role like a duck to water, the Duchess of Sussex, 36, has revealed she misses her acting career starring in Suits.

Getty – Pool When Meghan was in Dublin this week with Prince Harry, she admitted to a member of the public that she misses Suits

During her royal tour to Dublin this week with Prince Harry, Meghan stopped to talk to well-wishers from the public after visiting the Irish Emigration Museum.

One of the people she spoke to was a woman called Fiona Moore, who said: “I’m a fan of Suits and I said to her that I miss it and she said ‘so do I.’”

According to the Daily Mail, Fiona added: “Meghan appeared ‘very relaxed and was joking and laughing’.”

Meghan made her mark on the world of TV when she landed the role of paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane in hit show Suits in 2011.

Alamy Meghan played the part of paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane in hit show Suits from 2011

Alamy She left the show at the end of season seven, after her character married Mike Ross

She starred in the show from the very first episode, but left at the end of season seven.

Other acting roles under her belt include having a small part in the Robert Pattinson movie Remember Me in 2010, where she played a bartender named Megan.

She also made a brief cameo in Horrible Bosses as a Fed-Ex employee in 2011 and she played a bed-hopping, drug-snorting party-girl in the TV movie The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down in 2011.

Acting isn’t the only aspect of her previous life that Meghan has had to give up.

Getty – Pool Meghan married Prince Harry on May 19 and has taken to the role very well

She’s also deleted her Instagram account, despite having racked up three million followers, and as a member of the royal family she will most likely not be voting again either.

According to the parliament website: “Although not prohibited by law, it is considered unconstitutional for the Monarch to vote in an election.”

This may apply directly to the Queen, but the royal family are said to all abide by this.

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