Meghan Markle offered $1M per second to promote beauty brand as Rachel Zane in 'Suits'
Despite a lot of speculation, Meghan was never asked to reprise her role in the show out of respect for her royal status
Meghan Markle has been in high demand as a public figure and grabbing headlines ever since she announced her decision, along with her husband Prince Harry, to step back as senior royal members and become financially independent.
Though speculations were rife, the mother-of-one, however, was never asked to reprise her role in the show 'Suits' out of respect for her royal status which, after Megxit, has changed.
Now, it is being reported that Meghan was offered $1M per second for a five-second appearance as Rachel Zane. Meghan, however, has not responded to the offer.
German cosmetics company 'Biotulin' has offered her $5 million for the quick appearance. Biotulin is an organic Botox that claims that it reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles within just an hour. According to the company, Meghan Markle is an avid user of their products.
While addressing the company that aired 'Suits', NBC Universal, Biotulin took to Twitter to share that they would pay a huge fee for product placement on the show. "Att. Steve Burke: We are again offering you 5 million $ for a 5 sec. appearance of Meghan Markle with our biological Botox gell BIOTULIN in your TV series 'Suits'," the tweet read.
"Pls. check our offer with her agent. #biotulin @NBCUnivrsal #Stephenbburker @nbc @nbcnews," the tweet continued.
This is the first time that Meghan has been publicly asked to reprise her role as Rachel Zane in the show, The Mirror reports.
The creator of the show, Aaron Korsh, had made the decision to not ask Meghan to return to the show in order to "respect her new life".
The offer comes from the beauty brand after Meghan was reportedly snubbed by Disney for being a 'controversial figure'. A senior Disney executive had earlier said, "Meghan needs Disney more than Disney needs Meghan. She’s a controversial figure. There have been reports of a deal but that’s not true beyond the voiceover work."