Meghan Markle wears Santa hat and mimes Christmas song as cameo in music video is unearthed
Meghan Markle has been spotted wearing a Santa hat and miming the lyrics to a Christmas song as her cameo in the music video resurfaced.
Four years before she married Prince Harry, who recently said being a dad to son Archie changed "everything", the 39 year old found fame playing the part of Rachel Zane on the popular lawyer TV show, Suits.
Shortly after making her debut as the gorgeous paralegal on the TV show, she was offered a small role to appear in the video for Richard Marx's single, Christmas Spirit.
In the video, Meghan can be seen sitting around a table with her Suits co-stars Sarah Rafferty and Rick Hoffman as they wear Santa hats and mime the lyrics of the song.
Meghan, who recently commended the "quiet heroes" of the pandemic, pulls a serious face expression for the camera with her arm outstretched across the table, before giggling along with her pals.
The video, which was filmed as a montage, sees other high-profile celebrities making a short stint for the song as well, including Olivia Newton-John and Hugh Jackman.
Despite boasting many famous faces, the video only has 124,024 views, but it didn't stop fans from noticing Meghan's appearance.
One person wrote: "I suppose at the time she was starting out and any publicity would have been good."
Amazed, another said: "Meghan Markle in the Santa hat at the table," with three shocked face emoji, as a third chimed: "Haha Meghan Markle was there. So random".
While a third added: "I am sure I have just seen HRH Duchess Meghan sat at a Christmas table in this music video is it her?" [sic] followed by a thinking emoji and a side eyes emoji.
It comes as Meghan and her husband Prince Harry, 36, recently launched their own Spotify podcast, which will see them host a produce content for the streaming service.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex aim to “uplift audiences around the world” with their new venture.
The pair made the announcement on Tuesday 15 December, as part of their newly formed Archewell Audio production company, with the podcast given the same name.
In a statement, they said: “What we love about podcasting is that it reminds all of us to take a moment and to really listen, to connect to one another without distraction.
“With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to do so, because when we hear each other, and hear each other’s stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are.”