Meghan Markle Named As The Anonymous Author Of Racy Hollywood Blog The Working Actress! Read Some Of The Juicy Posts!

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Years before she was Prince Harry‘s fiance, Meghan Markle was a habitual blogger. Her recently unearthed posts from lifestyle blog The Tig reveal the actress loved writing about her everyday mundanities.

But apparently, the soon-to-be royal-in-law may have ran another SECRET blog where she showed a much racier side of herself!

Titled The Working Actress, the now defunct (and deleted) blog chronicles the trials and tribulations of an actress (*COUGH* Meghan Markle? *COUGH*) trying to make it in Hollywood.

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The author’s posts detail working with “tough directors,” “bitchy” acting rivals, and tough days that end with her “sobbing in bed with a bottle of wine and a box of cookies.”

The Working Actress first appeared in 2010, and quickly became a must read for aspiring actors. The author refused to reveal her identity, even after mainstream news channels started hitting her up for interviews, as dishing precious showbiz secrets would likely end in career suicide.

In one entry, the struggling actress penned:

“I’ve had to freeze my [acting] union membership, borrow money, work jobs that I hated, endure being treated like shit on a set, kiss actors with smelly breath and cry for hours on end because I just didn’t think I could take it any more.”

Even after the author landed a steady gig (a supporting role on a USA legal drama, perhaps?), she continued to write about life on red carpets and embracing being a total sell out.

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In a later entry, she unapologetically gloated:

“They roll out the red carpet in a major way because they want me (├óΓé¼╦£the talent’ as they call us . . . ) to show up looking and presenting in the best possible manner├óΓé¼┬ª

This is the ultimate “dance monkey, dance”. Now let me say this ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ as much as some people might hear this description and feel nauseated by it (that inner monologue of “but I am an artiste”) I say this to you, dear friend: Get over yourself.

This is part of the job, and it’s fucking awesome. It’s fancy and it’s cool, and it’s the business of what it takes to make it in this business.

If you are pursuing television, then realise that you have already sold out, and take your big fancy paycheck to produce your “artiste”-driven plays on hiatus [in between TV roles]. Because you can now.

Because flashing those pearly whites (ahem, veneers) and working the red carpet with your sexy little body (ahem, Spanx) is part of the job description you jumped on board for when you were lucky enough to sign on the dotted line that day you were testing [auditioning].

This is what we call a high-class problem. And compared with the problems of what feels like many moons ago (not having money to fill up my gas tank, Scotch-taping my headshots and CVs [to audition applications] because I ran out of staples, crying because I couldn’t get a call back, or even an audition ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ when I knew in my core that I was the best possible one for the part), I will take this any day.”

The final post of The Working Actress was written in the summer of 2012, in which the author signed off without an explanation or farewell to her readers.

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Insiders say this was right around the time Suits was taking off, prompting Markle to focus on her less gossipy lifestyle blog. Sources explained to DailyMail.com:

“The ├óΓé¼╦£Working Actress’ persona was like a therapy for her. It allowed her to lay bare her struggles and also call out to some industry people while remaining anonymous. She really wrote it in her own voice. But once her career took off and her lifestyle blog (The Tig) started doing well, she stopped writing this one. That was the platform she truly wanted. She no longer wanted to be known as the ├óΓé¼╦£struggling actress’.”

The insider believes this blog may have highlighted aspects of Markle she wants to keep hidden in the shadows, adding:

“I think this shows a side of Meghan people might not expect. It is not the image she likes to portray. She stopped writing long ago, but I’m not sure when the pages were deleted. Maybe she was worried about being outed. It definitely doesn’t fit the image of a royal.”

Queen Elizabeth II certainly would not approve. (Don’t worry, Meg, we won’t tell!)

Markle may not be a working actress anymore, but we think it’s safe to say she booked the role of a lifetime.

[Image via Instagram.]

Feb 26, 2018 2:42pm PDT

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