Duchess Meghan: Flashed! She did not have this job

Wendy Williams, 54, is a relatively virgin paper in Germany, but a well-known presenter and actress in the United States. Since 2008, she has hosted the talk show "The Wendy Williams Show" and as such is a coveted employer. That's what Meghan Markle, 37, today the Duchess of Sussex, thought and wanted a job at Williams. But that left Markle.

Duchess Meghan is rebuffed

In his show, Williams has now revealed details about the incident. "She came here to work as one of our models, we do fashion – things like that," said the 54-year-old woman. "It was before she met the man – the redhead … Harry – but Meghan knows that the" Wendys Show "and Meghan wanted to work here." It was before Meghan got the role in the "Suits" series of lawyers in 2010. She did not get the job with Wendy Williams. Why, silent on the talk show host.
However, Meghan already had a television experience at the time: in 2007, she appeared as a girl number in the "Deal or No Deal" game show. This was followed by small appearances as an actress, until Meghan landed with "costumes" a hit.

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Again and again, the Duchess is a topic of conversation in the Williams show – with a different content. In November 2016, Williams said the relationship between Meghan and Harry would not be sustainable and their "family … would have ruined everything." A prophecy that should not be fulfilled. In May 2017, Williams then told the latter 's guest, Priyanka Chopra, a close friend of Meghan, that she considered the prince and the actress as a "good couple". Currently, the recovery again.

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About the photo ban Meghan Wimbledon, which made the headlines in July, Wendy Williams said: "If you are a public person (…), you will expect it every time you leave your home that someone is turning to you for a photo, or that strange things, like taking pictures behind your back, are over. "

Sources used: Daily Mail, the mirror, the evening standard