She landed her role of Rachel Zane in the hit US TV-show Suits in 2011, but had to give up her role in 2017 when her relationship with Harry became serious.
On the couple’s recent whistle-stop tour of Dublin Meghan reportedly admitted she misses her former role.
While on the tour Meghan had a conversation with fan Fiona Moore.
Fiona revealed to Hello! magazine: “I’m a fan of Suits and I said to her that I miss it and she said, ‘So do I’.”
Adding more on Meghan’s mood on the tour, Fiona said: “She seemed very relaxed and was joking and laughing.”
Even Meghan’s style, which has seen a dramatic change from edgy and sharp to pastel-coloured and conservative, was reminiscent of her on-screen counterpart.
Meghan channeled Rachel Zane in a black Givenchy power suit, with structured shoulders and clean cut cigarette trousers.
During the couple’s visit to Ireland, they stopped by Trinity College, part of the University of Dublin and a prestigious music, drama and arts school.
Stirring up memories of her old career even more, it wasn’t the first time Meghan had visited the college, having been invited there five years ago.
In 2013 Meghan visited the Irish capital to collect the Bram Stoker Medal for Entertainment.
She picked up the award just one year after landing her role on Suits.
She was nominated for the award two years after joining the cast, long before she became a member of the royal family, or even had worldwide fame.
Meghan worked on Suits for six years, even moving to Toronto from Los Angeles to be closer to her work.
The Duchess’ co-star Patrick J. Adams, who played her on-screen love interest, also recently departed the show.
With Meghan and Patrick both having leading roles, Suits fans are sure to notice the absence of both their characters for the eight season of the show.
In an attempt to fill the Meghan and Patrick void, Katherine Heigl has been cast in the show.
Dulé Hill, who plays attorney Alex Williams, and Amanda Schull, who plays Katrina Bennett are also said to have been given more airtime.
Speaking to the New York Times, Suits creator Aaron Korsch said: “”I’m going to miss Meghan and Patrick, but I think there are still interesting stories to tell.
“And then on the other side of it, you have a rejuvenation with new energy, on screen and off.”