Meghan Markle returns to acting as she stars as bumbling intern in new ad for coffee company she invests in | The Sun

MEGHAN Markle has returned to acting as she starred as a bumbling intern in a new ad for a coffee company she invests in.

The Duchess of Sussex, who played Rachel Zane on the hit series Suits, appears as a background extra in Clevr Blends' latest commercial.

In the Instagram advert for the coffee company the 42-year-old packs lattes, works at a computer for the digital team and makes hot drinks.

At the end of the video the American royal fails to fist bump a colleague as she walks off camera causing the whole team to laugh out loud.

Meghan features alongside the CEO and co-founder Hannah Mendoza during the ad which was filmed at the company's headquarters.

The footage was shared on Clevr Blends' Instagram page with the caption: "Damn, you're keeping us BUSY right now! Had to call in some reinforcements.

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"So grateful for the immense love and support this year—thanks for helping us keep the latte-loving dream alive, and thriving!xo"

Clevr Blends is based in California where Meghan and hubby Harry now live.

It was founded by Hannah Mendoza and Roger Coppola in Santa Barbara in 2019.

Its website states that "ethics are always at the forefront of our product", adding: "We prioritise working with smaller, family run ingredient suppliers or those with more transparent supply chains."

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Meghan first announced she was backing the "wellness brand" back in December 2020.

She told Fortune magazine: "This investment is in support of a passionate female entrepreneur who prioritizes building community alongside her business.

"I'm proud to invest in Hannah's commitment to sourcing ethical ingredients and creating a product that I personally love and [that] has a holistic approach to wellness.

"I believe in her and I believe in her company."

On Meghan's investment, CEO Mendoza said: "Entrepreneurs need funding, but they also need advisers who care deeply about what they are building. I'm grateful to have found both in the Duchess of Sussex.

"Her passion for what we're creating is palpable, and I couldn't imagine a more aligned partnership. 

"We're excited for the road ahead."

It is unclear just how much money Meghan pumped into the company which sells latte powders in matcha, chai and coffee flavours.

It comes after Meghan revealed Prince Archie, four, was devastated when she didn’t buy him an £8,000 camera.

Meanwhile Meghan and Prince Harry released their glossy Christmas card last week – and another version also appeared on their website, along with an inspirational message.

Plus Harry won't be spending Christmas with Charles or William.

Earlier this month Omid Scobie's explosive book Endgame was released – including a string of revelations about the Royal Family.

Early copies of the book's Dutch edition suggested Princess Kate and Charles were the two royals who had made remarks about the skin colour of Harry and Meghan's first child, Archie.

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The author of Endgame, 42, admitted that an "early and uncleared" draft was given to translators in the Netherlands – but he still tried to deny responsibility.

He also previously refused to say sorry for the storm adding: "It's not for me to apologise because I still want to know what's happened."

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