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What is Meghan Markle's net worth?

Aaron Radford-Wattley

The life of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is something of a financial fairytale. Coming from regular beginnings in Los Angeles, Meghan became an actress before marrying into the British royal family. So, how much is the duchess' net worth?

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Actress

Meghan started out as a young, relatively small-time actress, making appearances as an extra on "Married...with Children" and working her way up to speaking parts on "CSI: NY" and "90210."

The pinnacle of her acting career came when she landed a role on the USA Network series "Suits." At that time, it's reported that Meghan Markle was paid $50,000 per episode (she appeared in a total of 108 episodes between 2011-2018)

"Suits" TV series: $50,000 per episode, with an annual salary of around $450,000, including approximately $80,000 worth of sponsorships and endorsements.

"Remember Me" and "The Candidate": Know Net Worth lists Meghan's earnings for appearing in "Remember Me" as $187,000 and $171,429 for "The Candidate" (both movies were released in 2010). She also starred in a TV movie, "The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down," for which she was paid more than $50,000.

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The Bottom Line

The acting and promotional sources of revenue enabled Meghan to amass a net worth of an estimated $5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

In 2016, Meghan became romantically involved with Britain's Prince Harry. The couple married on May 19, 2018, at the historic Windsor Castle and welcomed a baby boy, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor on Oct. 15, 2018.

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