As Meghan Markle prepares to become royalty, Wendy Williams revealed that Markle's future could've been very different. According to Williams, Markle tried her hands in the talk show industry and applied to work for her.
That's right, the soon-to be princess allegedly had high hopes of working for Williams.
On a new episode of The Wendy Williams Show, Williams sat down with her guest, 90210 star Annalynne McCord. The two chatted about Markle and her brief guest appearance on 90210.
It wasn't too long before things took a shady turn. McCord explained that although she and Markle appeared on the series together, they didn't actually work together. However, she recalled that Markle had a scandalous role in 90210 as she was the girl that her boyfriend was cheating on her with. McCord's recollection of Markle's appearance caused Williams to remark with a side eye and claim that Markle had "quite" the past.
"She applied for a job here too, yeah. Random princess," Williams added.
Williams Throws Shade At Markle
The 53-year-old host further elaborated that Markle has been in her building and came to find out what she could do at the show's studio.
This isn't the first time Williams expressed some hesitation about the Suits alum becoming royalty. In December 2017, she called Markle a wild card and explained that she's looking for a game.
"I respect Meghan Markle's hustle and I respect her game. However, she's a bit of a wild card, you know, because she goes from being the 'Deal or No Deal girl,' so this is a girl looking for a game," Williams stated.
Markle's Road To Royalty
Markle is busy off-screen these days and obviously doesn't have to apply for any job applications as she gears up to tie the knot with Prince Harry. The two announced their engagement in November 2017 only after a year of dating.
With the wedding only two months away, the couple has been on the move ever since. They began 2018 by visiting a radio station in London and will make their way to Scotland for their first joint visit to the state for Valentine's Day.
Harry and Markle will wed on May 19 at the St. George's Chapel at the Windsor Castle.