The news of Harry and Meghan leaving the British Royalty in exchange for a quieter and more independent life is still fresh. In fact, it’s only been around five weeks when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the announcement via Instagram that they “… intend to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to
become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen.”
In the same announcement, the royal couple said that they will be dividing their time between North America and the United Kingdom beginning this year.
We all know how Meghan had to retire from acting back in 2018 after being married to one of Princess Diana’s sons, Prince Harry. Meghan used to star in the American legal drama television series Suits where her character Rachel Zane started out as a paralegal who eventually became a lawyer.
Now that Meghan is no longer part of the Royal Family and her HRH title no longer in effect, it looks like she can go back to the world of show business.
There are rumors going around that Megan is set to appear as a guest in the Canadian wedding reality show entitled I Do, Redo? According to a source rumored to be part of the production team, Markle, 38, will be making a few appearances in the show’s 10-episode run. She will be joining her best friend, Jessica Mulroney, who is the main star of the show.
But is Megan really joining Mulroney, who is one of Toronto’s most famous wedding stylists today?
But all this news is actually untrue. In fact, CTV Communications, the network partnering with Netflix to get I Do, Redo onboard, categorically denies the news. See the tweet below.
I Do, Redo is about revisiting the wedding disasters of the weddings of 10 couples and then re-making the lovers’ wedding dreams. It’s basically about giving a second shot at every couple’s chance of having a dream second wedding when their first nuptials didn’t go as planned. Pretty exciting, right?
I Do, Redo is definitely like no other wedding shows on TV. According to Mulroney, “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. This is a side of the wedding industry that has never been shown on television before.”
The show will debut on March 22 on Canada’s CTV. It will have 10 episodes, each around 30 minutes long. Mulroney said that they will also premiere the show on Netflix to reach a global audience but it is unclear when they’re going to release it.