Meghan Markle reportedly authored the anonymous Hollywood blog 'The Working Actress'

Has Prince Harry's fiancée been exposed as the secret LA blogger?

Meghan Markle is a woman of many talents, and her latest may be anonymous blogger! A new report by the Daily Mail says that the Hollywood star was the secret author of the infamous blog The Working Actress. Running between 2010 and 2012, the blog gave an honest account of life in the business, and there appears to be conclusive proof that the royal-to-be penned the posts. Writer David Jones has correlated events in Meghan's life with sources in California and blog entries, concluding that Prince Harry's fiancée has to be the woman behind the controversial diary. If true, Meghan would have written the blog in her late 20s before she found fame on the TV show Suits, while still married to ex Trevor Engelson and before she created her lifestyle blog The Tig.

TAP TO VIEW IN GALLERYPrince Harry holding hands with Meghan MarkleMeghan Markle with her fiance Prince Harry

The paper reveals that The Working Actress became a 'must read' for wannabe actors, giving a behind-the-scenes account on exactly what went on at casting calls and film sets. One blog post reads: "I’ve had to freeze my [acting] union membership, borrow money, work jobs that I hated, kiss actors with smelly breath and cry for hours on end because I just didn’t think I could take it any more." Another entry says: "But at the end of the day it’s all worth it. People often describe actors who pop onto the scene as “overnight success stories”. ‘Here’s the reality — it’s more like years of hustle... welcome to the hustle."

Meghan Markle back in 2010 wearing a pink dress and holding shopping bagsMeghan Markle back in 2010

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace for Meghan Markle told HELLO! that there was no comment on the story. However, The Mail has quoted Hollywood actor Lance Carter as saying: "Yeah, it was definitely Meghan who wrote it." Another source told the paper that The Working Actress was like therapy for Meghan, but once she found success, she stopped writing the diary as she 'no longer wanted to be known as the '"struggling actress”'. The blog has since been deleted, although we found a Twitter page still exists under the same name. The mystery continues!

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