Meghan Markle returns to the United States for visa application

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But she said the common enemy was the Royal Family, not Meghan or Harry, adding: "I hope in a way that she'll bolt, but maybe she'll take Harry with her".

In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, Ms Greer said she thought the greatest challenge for Meghan Markle will be "just putting up" with life in the royal family.

As the rest of the world focuses on the upcoming union of May 19, Greer was already envisioning a royal separation and didn't rule out a divorce, saying "they're everywhere" in the royal family.

In one particularly racy scene Meghan is seen undressing actor Michael Rady as her character tries to make a move in a dimly-lit apartment.

Many actresses have film roles they would rather forget, and it appears Meghan Markle is no exception. "If they're not it's going to be totally unbearable", said Greer.

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The "Walking Away" hitmaker said: "Listen, if I got invited to witness one of the most biggest talking points of modern history when it comes to the royal family, it would be wonderful to be there".

"It is also more likely that your makeup will last longer throughout the day and into the night when applied by a professional and be less stressful for the bride", Reynolds continued.

When asked why she thinks Markle would give up her entire life as she knows it, she wryly responded: "Why would a girl born in poverty marry a man worth 53 million quid?" Be prepared to go when it gets bad.

"I think she'll bolt".

"Working with them has been an absolute pleasure".