The Duchess of Sussex has said she is “thrilled” to have returned to the entertainment industry with her and husband Prince Harry’s production company.
The former Suits actress appeared on the red carpet of the Variety Power of Women event in Los Angeles on Thursday evening, to celebrate the accomplishments of women in entertainment.
The duchess said she is “really proud” of the projects Archewell Productions has created so far, including docu-series Harry & Meghan – while also teasing future projects.
Meghan told Variety on the red carpet that she wants to create “things that make people feel” as well as create “a sense of community”.
“We have so many exciting things on the slate,” she said.
“I can’t wait until we can announce them, but I’m just really proud of what we’re creating. My husband is loving it too which is really fun.”
The 42-year-old posed alongside famous faces including Billie Eilish, Margot Robbie and Carey Mulligan at the star-studded event on Thursday.
She said: “I think the more we support each other it just amplifies the work, amplifies our community and I’m just thrilled to be back in it and to be able to sit in this room and be in such good company tonight.”
Meghan’s arrival follows the launch of the final series of Netflix’s The Crown, which focuses on the death of her mother-in-law, Diana, Princess of Wales.
It also comes after royal writer Omid Scobie made claims about her husband, the Duke of Sussex, ahead of the publication of his new book Endgame.
In the follow-up to Finding Freedom, which into delves into Harry and Meghan's exit from the royals, Scobie acknowledges the "threat to the crown" as a result of the Duke of Sussex breaking loose of traditional expectations.
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