Meghan Markle’s drama teacher opens up about how Duchess always ‘wanted to be a star’

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Gigi Perreau also shared how she had not been surprised by Meghan’s rise to fame. She argued Meghan had a star quality had always wanted to be a success. During the interview, Ms Perreau also revealed she did not know why Meghan and her father had now become so distant.

Speaking to The Morning Show, she said: “Meghan really did have a special quality, she was very loving, she was very generous with the other actors when she was on stage.

“I always said she had a certain sparkle about her.

“She was very driven, I would say she wanted to be a star, she wanted to be a success.”

Before meeting Prince Harry, Meghan had made her name on the US TV series, Suits.

Meghan was a part of the hit TV series from 2011-17 which spanned over seven series where she starred as Rachel Zane.

Since Harry and Meghan have settled in Los Angeles the pair have signed lucrative deals with Netlfix and Spotify.

As announced on Wednesday, Netlfix will release a series called, ‘Heart Of Invictus’ which will follow competitors in Harry’s Invictus Games.

Produced by Harry and Meghan through their Archewell Production company, the series will follow competitors as they prepare for the 2022 games.

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The games were set up for members of the armed forces who have suffered serious injuries or life-changing illnesses.

Harry will serve as a nexecutive producer of the series as well as making onscreen appearances throughout.

The Duke spoke of his excitement over working with Netflix to showcase his Invictus Games Foundation.

Harry said: “Since the very first Invictus Games back in 2014, we knew that each competitor would contribute in their own exceptional way to a mosaic of resilience, determination and resolve.

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“This series will give communities around the world a window into the moving and uplifting stories of these competitors on their path to the Netherlands next year.

“As Archewell Productions’ first series with Netflix, in partnership with the Invictus Games Foundation, I couldn’t be more excited for the journey ahead or prouder of the Invictus community for continuously inspiring global healing, human potential and continued service.”

Dominic Reid, chief executive of the Invictus Games Foundation, said: “We’re very excited about the opportunity to shine the global spotlight of Netflix on the men and women that we work with, in order to ensure that even more people can be inspired by their determination and fortitude in working towards their recovery.

“This partnership will also bring in significant funding to the charity.

“We are extremely grateful to our Founding Patron for his continued efforts to support the military community, and for making this partnership happen.”

As part of their pursuit to become more financially, the pair also launched their Spotify podcast named Archewell Audio.

In the podcast, the two will speak to fascinating from across the world to share their stories.

In a statement on the podcast, the pair said: “What we love about podcasting is that it reminds all of us to take a moment and to really listen, to connect to one another without distraction.

“With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to do so, because when we hear each other, and hear each other’s stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are.”

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