MEGHAN Markle has signed with a top Hollywood talent agency.
The Duchess of Sussex has joined WME, who boast A-Listers Eddie Murphy, Gwen Stefani and Liam Payne on their books.
Meghan will explore film and TV production, brand partnerships, and business-building through the new deal, Variety magazine reported.
The new deal may also allow Meghan to explore opportunities to advocate for women, mums and girls.
But the mum-of-two, 41, will not consider acting opportunities, the magazine added.
WME – who claim to be a “global leader” in entertainment, sports and fashion talent – already represent Archewell Audio, the Sussexes’ media firm.
The pair have multi-million dollar deals with Netflix and Spotify through the media company.
Meghan previously spoke of wanting to make rom-coms with Prince Harry because “so much of how my husband and I see things is through our love story”.
It comes just days after the California-based former actress revealed a glam makeover.
She looked flawless as she showed off her lighter and straightened hair while supporting chum Misan Harriman’s TED Talk on Sunday, April 23.
Misan, a photographer and social activist, took an adorable photo of Lilibet at her first birthday party last year and another of Meghan and Harry during their second pregnancy.
Meghan appeared in the clip just hours after insisting her decision to miss Charles’ coronation had nothing to do with “unconscious bias” within the monarchy.
Harry, 38, will attend his father’s big day alone next month while his wife and two kids stay in California.
The ceremony takes place on May 6 – the same day as their son Archie’s fourth birthday.
Close pal Omid said this was a factor in the couple’s decision to be apart.
He added: “Expect it to be a fairly quick trip to the UK for Prince Harry, who will only be attending the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey.”