Suits star Meghan Markle's #Disney dream may not be happening as she hopes ...

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, was a popular actress in the TV world during her seven-season run on lawyer sitcom Suits. But when she married Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, she left her previous career behind to focus on being a working royal and on her charitable endeavours. Following the announcement the pair would be stepping back from their duties as working royals at the beginning of this year and splitting their time between North America and the UK, it was reported the actress was pushing to get involved with new projects - notably on a Disney and Marvel film. 

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According to a new interview with an unnamed movie executive, Markle isn’t a shoe-in to have a large part, despite the numerous reports she will be joining the world of Disney.

And the Duchess is said to have been “limited” to a smaller role, due to being a “controversial figure”.

Responding to the recent speculation, the mystery film boss told The Mail on Sunday there were “limited plans" for Markle in the company.

It comes as the Duchess allegedly told her agent to find her a role as a superhero in a future Marvel film.

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Meghan Markle Disney deal 'not' happening for this reason?Meghan Markle was most famous for her role in Suits prior to becoming a member of the royal family (Image: USA NETWORK)

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