Reports suggest that she caught the eye of producers of the 2019 movie Bond 25 during her stint as Rachel Zane in Suits - a show she recently left to become an official member of the British royal family.
By common consent, Harry dropped a "clanger" when he was a guest editor on BBC Radio 4's Today programme earlier this week and said: "No look, she's done an absolutely wonderful job".
That being said, in order for the American actress to properly get ready for the highly-anticipated nuptials, she needs to get rid of a few bad habits first.
Thomas Markle, 73, who is yet to meet his daughter's fiance, is said to have "dedicated all his time" to Meghan and given her "what she needed to be successful".More news: Colorado Rockies reportedly sign Wade Davis to three-year deal
Appearing on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Harry of his fiancee: "She's done an absolutely fantastic job".
"We were as close as we could be, as tight as we could be, that's what we were", he said. The family she never had? Nearly a year later it was a place where the couple spent a very romantic holiday together visiting a luxury camp in the heart of the African country wilderness where they camped out under the stars. It was always somewhere, even though we lived in different parts of the city [Los Angeles] - we still all got together.
"We did the best that we could in terms of getting together for holidays and whatnot". She was very privileged.
"She's had a really good family", he told Mail Online. She has a large family.
"No one was estranged, she was just too busy". Marrying merely extends it. "She always did. Our dad is incredible and completely self-sacrificing". You see, Meghan and Harry are friends with Barack and Michelle Obama, and they want to invite them to the wedding.