Meghan Markle is already making plans for her first gig after quitting as a senior Royal, according to a new report.
Meghan, 38, will make multiple appearances on the upcoming Canadian reality show ‘I Do, Redo,’ which is about couples planning a second wedding after disaster ruins their first ceremony, a source tells Page Six.
The show, set to air on Netflix, will be hosted by Toronto wedding stylist Jessica Mulroney, who is Meghan’s a close friend and confidant.
It follows Meghan and Harry’s vow to become ‘financially independent’ after stepping down from the Royal family. Representatives for Meghan did not immediately respond to an inquiry from DailyMail.com about the reported gig from.
Meghan Markle plans to make multiple appearances on the upcoming Canadian reality show ‘I Do, Redo,’ which is about couples planning a second wedding
The show, set to air on Netflix, will be hosted by Toronto wedding stylist Jessica Mulroney, seen above with Meghan Markle in 2016
Meghan’s guest spots on the new show will be ‘sporadic,’ according to the source.
Union scale for a guest role on Canadian TV is $588 a day, though it’s unclear whether Meghan will be paid.
The 10-part reality show ‘revisits first-time wedding disasters before re-making the wedding dreams of 10 devoted couples,’ according to a press release.
Meghan herself was married twice, divorcing her first husband before marrying Harry in a ceremony viewed around the world.
‘We are aiming to make a significant difference in the lives of our chosen couples whose first weddings did not go as planned due to tragic circumstances,’ host Mulroney said in a statement about the show.
‘This is a side of the wedding industry that has never been shown on television before,’ she said.
Meghan herself was married twice, divorcing her first husband before marrying Harry in a ceremony viewed around the world
Jessica Mulroney befriended Markle while the American-born actor was living in Toronto where she was filming the television drama Suits.
The two women reportedly bonded over a love of yoga. Mulroney’s social media also includes photos of the two taking trips together.
The Mulroneys are also reported to have played a role in Harry’s courtship of Meghan.
A biography of Harry titled ‘Harry: Life, Loss, and Love’ quotes a source as saying that Markle may have fallen for the prince after she saw just how much the Mulroney children adored him.
Mulroney has reportedly maintained her close relationship with the couple as she and Harry headed toward marriage.
Markle is reported to have asked Mulroney to help plan their wedding.
Mulroney is said to have flown in to London four days before the big day to help her friend get fitted for her dress.
Markle and Jessica Mulroney (together above) are close friends from her Toronto days
‘She is Meghan’s best friend and the person Meghan trusts with helping to plan every detail,’ a source told Vanity Fair.
‘She’s the one helping Meghan to make all the key decisions. They are on the phone daily discussing every element of the wedding, from the dress to the flowers to the canapés and the photography.
‘Meghan is very dependent on Jessica and Jessica has been totally indispensable.
When Meghan and Harry announced their plans to quit as Royals, Mulroney leaped to her defense, posting the message: ‘A strong woman looks a challenge in the eye and gives it a wink.’
Last August, Mulroney took to Instagram to slam the British news media as ‘racist bullies’ for criticism of the couple’s decision to use a private jet.
‘When someone faces unfair criticism, you call it out. When that person is your friend and your family, you call those critics what they truly are. Shame on you, you racist bullies,’ Mulroney wrote.
She added: ‘Three years of undeserved hate and abuse. It’s enough.’
Markle and Jessica Mulroney attend the 2015 Equinox Yorkville Dinner in Toronto
It follows Meghan and Harry appearing to fish for voiceover work in unearthed video while attending The Lion King premiere on July 9 where they spoke with some of Hollywood’s most influential figures.
Footage shows Harry praising his wife’s voiceover skills to the film’s director Jon Favreau as Beyonce and her rapper husband Jay-Z look on.
In the clip Harry tells Favreau: ‘If anyone needs any extra voiceover work…’ before Meghan interrupts and jokes: ‘That’s really why we’re here – it’s the pitch!’
Harry then says ‘… just not Scar’ – a reference to antagonistic Lion King character who tries to steal the kingdom from Simba.
At the same event, Harry also touted Meghan’s acting chops to Disney CEO Bob Iger, 68, in a move the seemed to surprise his wife, former TV host Willow Bay.
Prince Harry (left) touted Meghan Markle’s (far left) voiceover to The Lion King director Jon Favreau (right) during the movie’s premiere in July
During conversation, Harry asks: ‘You do know she does voiceovers?’
Iger can be heard replying: ‘Ah, I did not know that.’ Harry then responds: ‘You seem surprised. She’s really interested.’ The Disney chief then says: ‘We’d love to try. That’s a great idea.’
The exchange came months before Meghan was hired by the company to work on a Disney project in exchange for a donation to Elephant Without Borders, a wildlife conservation and nature research charity.
Meghan and Harry announced on January 8 that they intended to ‘step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family’ and split their time between the UK and North America.
Since then, they have been living on Vancouver Island in Canada with son Archie.
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