Russell Brand bragged of snogging Meghan Markle

Russell Brand bragged of snogging Meghan Markle

Russell Brand reveals he has kissed Meghan Markle

The Sussexes have many friends in high places since moving to the US to start a new life away from royal duties.

Moreover, the couple has their Netflix deal and released their Harry & Meghan documentary in 2022.

There have even been reports Meghan could be eying up a return to the entertainment business if it’s the right project.

She is of course most famous for her long-time role in The USA Network’s legal drama Suits in which she played attorney Rachel Zane before bowing out when she became engaged to Prince Harry.

Previously, Meghan Markle’s career in acting saw her star in films and TV series with other big showbiz names, including a not-so-well-known appearance with Russell Brand.

The comedian and actor starred in Get Him to the Greek, released in 2010. In the film, Meghan plays a partygoer called Tatiana – and Brand talked about a scene in which the two stars kissed.

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He said during an episode of Loose Women: “She was in a film that I was in — I had done a film, Get Him to the Greek, it was called, a b****y good film — Meghan Markle, didn’t know at the time because she wasn’t married to a royal person, so I wasn’t paying attention.

“Well I think in it, I don’t remember the film that much… but I think I planted one on her, I think, in the scene.

“But that was scripted in the scene. I only know this because I think I saw a clip of it somewhere.”

Discussing the moment again in 2018, just two days before Harry and Meghan’s wedding, Brand joked about stopping their marriage.

He said: “Meghan Markle, there we go. ‘If anyone has any reason…’.

‘“Yeah! Russell Brand snogged her in a film!’ Never mind her b****y dad selling photos!”

Brand was referring to reports that Meghan’s father had collaborated with the paparazzi to create “staged” photos before their nuptials in Windsor.

Harry and Meghan endured a chaotic year-and-a-half after stepping back from royal duties for a new life in the US.

Suspicions of tension between the Sussexes and the rest of the Royal Family, especially Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, were seemingly confirmed after their interview with explosive Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

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At the time, Meghan alleged there was concern from a member of the Royal Family about her baby Archie’s skin tone before he was born.

Harry backed up the claim, but both refused to disclose any more details about the conversation.

Following the interview, a short statement issued on behalf of the Queen expressed sadness to hear of the Sussexes’ woes and added Meghan, Harry and Archie were “much-loved family members”.

While Harry and his brother William appear to be at odds as things stand, reports in recent days have revealed a selfless act he did for his brother back in 2011.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s iconic engagement ring has become synonymous with her relationship with the Duke.

The pair married 10 years ago today, and Kate was able to receive the ring as Harry offered his brother the chance to use it instead.

Paul Burrell has confirmed the ring belonged to Harry following the death of Princess Diana in 1997.

He said: “Harry said to him: ‘Wouldn’t it be fitting if she had mummy’s ring?’.

“Then one day that ring will be sat on the throne of England. Harry gave up his precious treasure.

“His one thing he kept from his mother, he gave to his brother. That’s selfless, kind and exactly who Diana was.”

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