Meghan Markle may be getting ready to become a real-life princess, but the actress has still got a few hurdles to overcome – starting with her estranged ex-husband! Filmmaker Trevor Engelson is planning a TV show on her life, and no royal wedding is going to stop him! Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to learn more.
Not even Prince Harry, 33, can save fiancée Meghan Markle, 36, from the vengeance of her angry ex-husband!
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Engelson will stop at nothing to get back at his ex for dumping him for a royal. While Meghan seeing dating Harry almost three years after ending her two-year marriage to Engelson in 2013, he clearly has not gotten over the heartbreak!
The 41-year-old filmmaker is working with famed Hollywood producers and stars to create an explosive new show based on Meghan's career, life, and royal romance.
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The Fox flick may be fiction, but the story behind it hits too close to home for the gorgeous brunette.
According to Deadline, the untitled project's plot will be: "Divorce is hard. Sharing custody is harder when an ex-wife marries a British prince. Sharing custody with the British Royal family in the unforgiving spotlight of London's tabloid media is next level."
The tell-all show – which started as a cheeky joke from Engelson – is now a massive project that will be produced by Modern Family's Danny Zuker, New Girl's Jake Kasdan, and The Shannara Chronicles' Dan Farah!
As Deadline stated, "The comedy originated with Engelson who, in a conversation with fellow producer Farah, mused about what would've been if he and Markle had kids and he had to share custody with the British Royal family one day. Engelson and Farah liked the idea as a potential TV series which they pitched to WME."
Kensington Palace announced Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's engagement just this Monday morning, but it seems the unlikely couple is going to have to face more issues than they ever could have imagined before saying "I do." Do you think they'll get through it? Sound off in the comments below.
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