It may not be Hollywood, but it's a start.
Meghan Markle's first post-Royal TV gig - part-time albeit - will be a Canadian reality show about second weddings, The Post has learned.
Markle, 38, will make multiple appearances on "I Do, Redo," joining her best friend, Toronto wedding stylist Jessica Mulroney, who is the star of the upcoming Netflix show, according to a source close to the production team.
Her guest spots will be "sporadic," according to the source, who would not say if Markle will be paid.
Union scale for a guest role on Canadian TV is $ 588 a day, which could jump-start the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex ’newly announced effort to become" financially independent. "
The 10-part series "revisits first-time wedding disasters before re-making the wedding dreams of 10 devoted couples," according to a press release.
Markle - once divorced, and now married to her own prince - certainly has the resume to help brides remarry their Prince Charmings in the weddings of their dreams.
It was only two years ago when the American princess celebrated her own version of "I Do, Redo" with a lavish celebrity-studded ceremony and series of parties in Britain, which cost more than $ 42 million. Her wedding dress was designed by Givenchy, and her custom-made engagement ring was made from a diamond sourced from Botswana and two smaller stones from Harry’s mother’s - Princess Diana’s - collection.
Mulroney, 39, shot to international celebrity as Markle’s matron of honor, posing for the world’s cameras in a snug, royal blue dress by Canadian designer Antoinette Di Carlo. Her three young children also participated in the royal wedding party.
After frequent appearances on "Good Morning America," where she gives advice on how to dress on a budget, Mulroney was tapped to star in the reality show, which features couples in the US and Canada.
Markle, who has been living in a billionaire's mansion in Vancouver with infant son Archie since her dramatic split from the British royals in January, is currently shopping for a Hollywood agent, according to reports last week. Prince Harry recently moved to Canada to join his wife and son.
Last month, Markle signed a deal with Disney to do voice-over work on an unspecified project in exchange for a donation to an elephant charity she supports.
Few details have emerged about the wedding series, although Mulroney has posted some outtakes showing her traveling with a film crew, with stops in Florida and Connecticut as well as the Caribbean to her Instagram account.
"I am so blessed that I can show the world a side of myself that truly inspires me," said Mulroney in a social media post after the show was announced last year. "A side of the wedding industry that has never been shown on television."
Mulroney is married to the son of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and met Markle while the former actress was based in Toronto to film "Suits," where she starred as Rachel Zane, a paralegal in a law firm.
Mulroney recently angered fans of Markle’s sister-in-law Kate Middleton when she appeared to dismiss photo portraits that Middleton had taken of British Holocaust survivors.
"Pretty pictures are pretty pictures," wrote Mulroney on social media just as Middleton posted her photos for International Holocaust Remembrance Day last week. "Strive to use your platform for good and spread stories of incredible people striving to make this world a better place."
The brutal backlash from Middleton fans on social media prompted Mulroney's husband, Ben, to defend her online, saying that his wife's post was linked to a campaign to help victims of flight 752, which was shot down in Iran last month.
Repeated calls and emails to the Toronto offices of Insight Productions and Matador Content in Manhattan, which are involved in the production of the series were not returned last week.
A Toronto-based publicist who is working on Mulroney's show refused comment on Markle, but said that filming on "I Do, Redo" is still not complete, and that no date had been set for its premiere. The 30-minute episodes will be streamed internationally on Netflix, which is co-producing the show along with Canada's Bell Media.