Duchess Meghan had a good relationship with the Queen, as revealed by Prince Harry's wife in her first interview after the monarch's death.
"I've thought about the first official date I had with her and how special it felt. I'm fortunate. And I'm still proud to have had a comfortable cordiality with the matriarch of the family." , she says of the weeks in the UK as the family and country mourned together.
"It's so nice to look at the legacy your grandmother left in so many areas. As far as female leadership goes, she's definitely the best example of what that can look like," explains the former actress.
But in the current interview with the magazine "Variety", Meghan not only talks about her time in the royal family, but above all about the future.
With her move to the US and her projects in cooperation with Netflix and Spotify, Meghan is closer to Hollywood than when she was in the royal family. But she doesn't want to go back to acting, she says. "I guess you should never say never, but my intention is to never do it," explains the American.
But while her role won't be in front of the camera, Meghan has hinted that she could envision work behind the camera. The central theme for her and Prince Harry is love, she explains.
And she talks about screenplays that she could realize with her organization "Archewell". "[There] we want to think about how we can get out of the same space and do something funny! It doesn't always have to be that serious. Like a good romantic comedy. Don't we miss it? I miss it so much. I have 'Harry and Sally' probably seen a million times. And all the Julia Roberts romantic comedies. We have to see them again," she says in the interview.
But she couldn't imagine one genre: horror films.