Meghan Markle is “well-suited” to launch her very own talk show that might give Oprah Winfrey a run for her money, in response to a royal expert.
Royal expert and writer Christopher Andersen said he’ll be “surprised” if the Duchess of Sussex doesn’t enterprise out into the talk show world, and claims she’s got the potential to make a “powerful and influential” play at it.
“If Meghan doesn’t find yourself hosting a daytime syndicated talk show, I’ll be surprised,” Andersen said, in response to Marie Claire.
“She definitely seems well-suited to that role particularly, and I can easily see her pursuing a profession path just like Oprah’s within the media: a show, a magazine, producing, directing — the works.”
Andersen said that the mom of two, 42, “still has a large chunk of the viewing public in her corner,” which could make the thought of a chat show very feasible.
“Once all of the controversy surrounding the Sussexes’ ongoing feud with the remainder of the royal family dies down, assuming it ever does, I could easily see her launching a successful talk show,” he went on.
“Meghan has at all times had her fingers in plenty of pies, and she or he has a knack for getting what she wants.”
The royal expert said that if the “Suits” alum wants a mogul status, “becoming the following Oprah — a strong and influential media mogul — doesn’t feel far-fetched in any respect.”
Markle famously sat down together with her husband, Prince Harry, for a tell-all interview with Winfrey in March 2021.
In April this 12 months, the exiled royal signed with WME CEO Ari Emanuel and his team, and has since been rumored to be in talks for an acting comeback.
Her team on a day-to-day basis will likely be Serena Williams’ agent Jill Smoller and Brad Slater, a behemoth within the movie business who also reps Dwayne Johnson.
WME represents the highest talent across the industry including writers, filmmakers, actors, producers, stylists, fashion designers and their agents.
The corporate also handles brand licensing, speaking engagements, media production and events, including Latest York Fashion Week.
Markle this week teased her return to Hollywood, though this time as a producer.
She subtly hinted on the content fans can expect from her and Harry’s production company, Archewell Productions, in the longer term.
“[I want to make] things that make people feel — I used to be going say ‘good,’ nevertheless it’s greater than that, things that make people feel something, right? And feel a way of community,” she explained.
“But we have now so many exciting things on the slate. I can’t wait until we are able to announce them, but I’m just really happy with what we’re creating. My husband is loving it, too. It’s really fun,” Markle added.
The Sussexes have thus far debuted three projects under their lucrative Netflix deal thus far.
The pair first released their bombshell six-part documentary “Harry & Meghan” in 2022, followed by “Live to Lead,” and most recently, “Heart of Invictus.”