Meghan Markle is set to follow in the footsteps of her fiance, Prince Harry, by working on a reality TV show in Canada.
The wife-to-be will be working for Markle in Canada, where her fiancé has been filming the new series of TV series Suits, according to reports from friends and former colleagues.
The Duchess of Sussex will be replacing Mark Salling as one of the suave stars of the show, which follows a group of young lawyers in Toronto.
The former Suits stars will all return to the show later this year, but the news that Meghan is working on a separate series comes as another surprise.
Meghan Markle's first post-Maga job will be on a Canadian reality TV show that's being filmed in Toronto - where her fiance Prince Harry is based - according to reports
The Duchess of Sussex will be replacing Mark Salling as one of the suave stars of the show, which follows a group of young lawyers in Toronto
'Meghan is going to work in Canadian television and is going to be on her own show. Her fiancé is in Canada so she will be there and working her magic,' a friend of her fiancé Harry told The Sun.
The report also claims that Meghan's costume designer Sherri Hill - who has previously worked with former stars like Samia Ghadie and Kym Marsh - will be joining her as part of the new show.
But while the 'Suits' star has some tabloid Hollywood fame, being on a reality TV show for a Canadian channel - which is carried in over 126 countries worldwide - would break with her usual culture.
Meghan's first posting as she gets settled with the Royal Family will be to Canada. Pictured, The Suits star yesterday walking with her wedding dress
At the end of December, Meghan announced her engagement to Prince Harry, 36, who is currently filming the next series of the hit TV show in Toronto - her former home.
The couple wed last Saturday at Windsor Castle, where she recently became the Duchess of Sussex.
A source confirmed the role, which will take Meghan into her own Canadian TV production company - but has not been confirmed yet.
The Suits star recently told BBC Radio 4's Today program that being able to return to Canada full-time, and being in the same city as Harry, 'changes your outlook in your life'.