Meghan first met Trevor in 2004 and the pair tied the knot in 2011. However, they separated after just 18 months of marriage and finalised their divorce in 2013. Three years later, Meghan met Prince Harry on a blind date and the rest is royal history.
Meghan’s life with Trevor was very different to how it is with Harry.
He was a talent agent and producer and she was a struggling actress, both trying to climb up the greasy Hollywood poll.
According to the 2018 book ‘Meghan: A Hollywood Princess’, Meghan hoped that with a producer as her boyfriend, she might be able to snag a few roles through him, but she was disappointed to find that proved to be a “washout”.
In 2006, Trevor was in production for a film called License to Wed starring the legendary Robin Williams, but he did not find a role, even a minor one, for his girlfriend.
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Meghan and Trevor at Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Awards Dinner in 2011 (Image: GETTY)
Meghan met Harry in 2016 and they married in 2018 (Image: GETTY)
Royal expert Andrew Morton explained: “During Meghan’s time on Deal or No Deal, Trevor had a film in production, a marital comedy ‘Licence to Wed’ starring funny man Robin Williams and Mandy Moore.
“Meghan secretly hoped there would be a role for her, but the bit-parts that might have suited her went to more experienced actresses who had worked with the director Ken Kwapis on the TV series The Office.
“It was to become a source of conflict between the couple, Meghan becoming disappointed that Trevor didn’t try harder to include her in some of his productions.”
At the time, Meghan was struggling to get roles and was paying the bills by appearing as a ‘briefcase girl’ on the TV game show Deal or No Deal.
Meghan held briefcase number 24 in Deal or No Deal (Image: GETTY)
While many of her colleagues saw it