Meghan Markle takes a big professional step in Hollywood by signing with historic agency

Meghan Markle made a very important move in her professional career by joining a storied agency in Hollywood.

Since Meghan Markle, who will not attend the coronation of King Charles III, and Prince Harry moved to the United States, various agencies have fought to represent them in Hollywood, and there is already a winner.

This is the historic WME, which was founded in New York in 1898 by William Morris and had the legendary Charlie Chaplin and Mae West as its first clients.

Over the years he was gaining recognition for what he was behind Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe.

The executive director is Ari Emanuel and he himself will be part of Meghan Markle’s team, according to ‘Variety’.

In addition, WME will assume the representation of Archewell, the content creation label created by Meghan and Prince Harry.

According to the aforementioned medium, “Film and television production, brand associations and business creation in general will be explored”, but they warned that Markle is not interested in exploring the field of acting.

Last year Meghan explained to ‘Variety’ what she was looking to tell in her productions, “A lot of how my husband and I see things is through our love story. I think that’s what people all over the world connected with, especially our wedding. People love love.”