Mandy Moore bought nostalgic when she was handed a decade-old photograph of herself sitting with the long run royal. The 2006 image featured a bunch of about six folks posing for a photograph — with the one and solely Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, noticed on one finish.
Moore gasped as she stared on the photograph, which was given to her throughout a current interview with Entry. The “This Is Us” star identified Markle, 37, within the image and defined how they have been first launched.
“Her ex-husband was a producer on a film that I labored on, so I met her again in 2006 and spent lots of time with them, lots of time together with her, and she or he is a beautiful, beneficiant girl,” Moore, 34, stated.
Markle’s ex-husband, Trevor Engelson, whom she divorced in September 2013 after two years of marriage, was a producer on the 2007 romantic comedy “License to Wed” that includes Moore and Robin Williams, in accordance with Folks.
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Moore admitted she spent “lots of time” with the couple again then, primarily whereas they filmed parts of the film in Jamaica.
“We spent fairly a little bit of time – I believe we spent New 12 months’s with them that 12 months. We spent a while over the summer season within the Hamptons with them,” she revealed.
The singer-actress praised Markle for being a “beautiful, beneficiant girl.”
And whereas they are not as shut — figuratively and actually — Moore stated she has nothing however greatest needs for the Duchess. In reality, she even stated she exchanged some current emails with Markle earlier than she bought married to Prince Harry in Could.
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“I am so excited to see how her life has developed and she or he appears extraordinarily joyful,” Moore stated. “As soon as she bought engaged I reached out and stated congratulations. She was very form and stated she likes ‘This Is Us.'”
In actuality, Moore stated, she’s only a “regular woman.”
“It was one other lifetime in the past,” Moore added.