Meghan Markle Says She Was Treated Like Bimbo on Deal or No Deal Show

Meghan Markle Says She Was Treated Like Bimbo on Deal or No Deal Show

  • Meghan Markle appeared on Season two of NBC's Deal or No Deal 16 years ago but quit after just a few episodes
  • The Duchess of Sussex said she was grateful for the work to pay the bills but not how it made her feel
  • Royal said she and other women on the show were there for looks and had to pad their bras and have spray tans

Meghan Markle has torn into her time as a suitcase girl on Deal or No Deal.

Meghan Markle.
Meghan Markle says she was treated like a bimbo on Deal or No Deal. Photo: Meghan Markle.
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According to Metro, the Duchess of Sussex reflected on her big break into showbusiness, long before she became Rachel Zane in Suits and later wed the most eligible bachelor in the world, Prince Harry.

Chatting to Paris Hilton on her latest Archetypes podcast episode, Markle said she was grateful for the opportunity on Deal or No Deal back in 2006, but she was treated like a bimbo.

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Subsequently, she is determined to make sure her daughter Lilibet aspires to be slightly higher.

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"Yeah, I want my Lili to want to be educated and want to be smart and to pride herself on those things," she told the heiress.

Markle joined Deal or No Deal in its second season, starting her TV career behind suitcase number 11 before she moved to number 24.

She eventually quit the game show.

"I was so much more than what was being objectified on the stage. I didn’t like feeling forced to be all looks and little substance," she added.

Markle opens up about losing child

Earlier, Markle opened up about motherhood and womanhood. The Duchess of Sussex weighed in on the reproductive laws in the US and opened up about her experience as a mum who's lost a pregnancy before.

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She said what happens in a woman's body is very personal, which can often lead to stigma and silence.

“This is about women’s physical safety. It’s also about economic justice, individual autonomy, and who we are as a society. Nobody should be forced to make a decision they do not want to make, or is unsafe, or puts their own life in jeopardy," she added.

Dencia speaks against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meanwhile, reported that the late Queen Elizabeth II was buried on Monday, September 19, in the presence of members of the royal family and leaders worldwide.

Cameroonian-born singer Dencia was, however, not pleased that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle got to attend.

The singer, in her tweet, revealed that she would have banished or banned the couple if she were the king.


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