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As Meghan Markle is ever a decision to return to acting, she can be a co-star.
A TMZ cameraman recently asked Charlie-Hunnam — as he stood outside the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – on his thoughts of the Countess of Sussex, england, 38, and her husband, Prince Harry’s historic announcement to step away from their duties, as the senior royals.
When he was asked about the possibility of the Markle returned to los angeles, the 39-year-old british actor is said to have the ‘Suits’ actor: “well, We’ll see. I don’t know, either.”
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He added: “I hope, I mean, if it’s a real passion for it and it is something that nourishes her, and it’s important, and hopefully they will get the chance to keep pursuing it.”
And when he was asked if he’d ever star in addition to Markle, he needs to have the ability to have Hunnam — who doesn’t know Meghan, or Harry — appeared open to the idea.
“I’d be a star in front of her, it was as if it was a good role that she was right and I was right,” he said.
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The Sussexes’ shocking announcement, “the Gentleman,” the star noted that the “don’t know much” and “does not have that strong of an opinion it is, but that’s about it, as a general rule, he always feels that “we all deserve a little bit of autonomy in our lives, and the chance to find out if you’re lucky,” Hunnam said.
He went on to say, “Those poor boys were to be born, and a lot of responsibility, and that the british press is brutal, and the scrutiny that these guys are, I’m sure of it, that is rude. I have a feeling that, more power to them if they think that they will be able to find happiness and peace somewhere else. Let them do their thing.”
Rumors have run rampant ever since Meghan and Harry, 35, announced last week that it plans to “step back” from their royal duties. In particular, the buzz is that the duo would return to Hollywood, in order to achieve their goal of “financial independence.”
The idea is being fuelled, not only by the Markle’s previous connection to Hollywood, with a starring role in the cable drama, “Suits”, but it is also due to a similar move made by the obama’s, after the former president’s Barack Obama’s time in office.
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The former president and his wife, Michelle Obama, has signed a deal with Netflix, in 2018, to produce both scripted and non-scripted content, and network managers will be interested in the creation of a similar deal with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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“As Meghan called out to everyone right now, and believe me, we’d all be running to the phone,” the NBC exec: Bill McGoldrick, who worked closely with Markle in “Suits,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.
McGoldrick, but it is expected that the royal couple will be focused on the creation of content about the things that are important to them, rather than just to produce sheer entertainment.
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The Celebrity writer and public relations professional, Elizabeth has a Lot of echoes of such sentiments in order to THR, saying: “It would be difficult to see in the acting arena since Meghan’s fame is so huge, but that being said, there will always be places that will rent to her. She’s a great actress, too.”
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Of course, Markle and he has already begun to dip their toes in the Hollywood waters in the Markle, said to be the provision of a voice for a Disney project, and go to the production of an Apple TV, a series on mental health, in addition to Oprah Winfrey.
On Fox News After the Day contributed to this report