Jessica Walter (left) was an openly about the spicy scene made by the now Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle in the “90210” reboot.
Jessica Walter was just as shocked as anyone to learn about the key role that is played by Meghan Markle in the “90210” reboot.
During her appearance on Thursday’s “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” Arrested Development” star was asked if she got the chance to meet the future princess” when they were in The CW teen drama series.
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After her mouth dropped open at the news of Markle “90210” cameo, Walter — who played Tabitha Wilson on “90210” — replied: “You know, I didn’t know that Meghan Markle was in the reboot.”
“She was the girl performing oral in the car,” explains Cohen the bold part.
Meghan Markle (left) stunned the audience in the “90210” reboot.
“Are you serious? I was not in that scene,” said the 77-year-old actress.
For the recent royal wedding, Walter said she thinks “it is wonderful what [Markle] is doing.”
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“They seem so happy and in love,” she shared. “I hope it goes on for an eternity.”
While Walter was more than willing to talk about an ex-colleague on “90210” she has not addressed the recent allegations against her “Arrested Development” co-star, Jeffrey Tambor, in which she accused him of verbally abusing her.
“Let me say one thing that I realized in this conversation,” she shared during a cast interview with the New York Times. “I have to let go of being angry at him. He is never on the line on our show, with a, you know, sexual whatever. Verbally, yes, he harassed me, but he did apologize. I have to let it go.”
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“And I have to give you a chance, you know, for our friends again,” she said, turned to Tambor, who was just sitting a few metres away in time. “Almost 60 years, I’ve never had someone yell at me like that on a set, and it is difficult to deal with, but I’m over it now.”