It’s finally happening! Thirty-six-year-old actress and humanitarian Meghan Markle is engaged to be married to the most wanted bachelor, 33-year-old Prince Harry! They officially announced their engagement on 27 November and the world just can’t stop talking about every single detail surrounding their love story and prospective matrimony. So far, we know all the details about the wedding ring and their future house. Prince Harry designed the ring himself with the help of his mother’s jewelry collection, and Megan is said to be thrilled. One person is apparently not so happy about their engagement, though. That’s Meghan’s ex-husband, 41-year-old TV producer, 41-year-old Trevor Engleson. Allegedly, he is preparing a “savage” revenge plan in the form of a tv show because of his ex-wife’s engagement to Prince Harry. But are these rumors true?
Prince Harry’s engagement with American actress Meghan Markle took place in London earlier this month. The Suits actress and humanitarian was wife to film and TV producer Trevor Engleson before they divorced in 2013. He is best known for his work on 2010 film Remember Me which starred Robert Pattison. The couple got married in 2011 after dating for seven years. However, they were divorced by August 2013 due to “irreconcilable differences”.
Nowadays, the producer is making headlines because of his “revenge” plan on Meghan. Apparently, he is going to do it in the form of a TV show, depicting a divorced couple and the British Royal Family, according to Deadline. The comedy show is apparently going to be about a man who has to share custody with the British Royal family.
While Meghan and Trevor have no children, the scenario is reportedly based on real-life events following a conversation Trever Engelson had with fellow producer, 38-year-old Dan Farrah.
The two spoke about what it would have been like if Meghan and Trevor had children. Eventually, they decided it was a great idea for a show and pitched it to a production company with the program eventually commissioned by Fox. The Los Angeles-based entertainment network is allegedly very interested in the project and the company has already committed to a pilot episode.
The premise of the show reads:
“Divorce is hard. Sharing custody is harder. Sharing custody with the British Royal family when your wife marries a prince, in the unforgiving spotlight of London’s tabloid media, is next level.”
People online were quick to judge the move as “savage” and called Engelson a “douchebag” in the media obviously overlooking the humorous potential of the idea.
Although you are probably eager to see if this show will happen in the future, it is highly unlikely that Britons will watch the real wedding live.
A tweet from Downing Street confirmed there were no plans for a day off work for the people of Britain to watch the 6th in line for ascension to the throne get married.
The statement reads:
“There are ‘no plans’ for a bank holiday on the day of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle”.
In response to the announcement, there were numerous tongue-in-cheek comments online, with one user writing: “In that case, none of us are remotely interested.”
Another person referred to Prime Minister Theresa May, tweeting: “May really does get every single call wrong.”
Despite the bad news, fans are still interested in things such as Meghan’s jewelry and everything else about the wedding.
Here are more details on the engagement.