The Australian beauty queen, who appeared before Mega Markle's Deal or No Deal celebrity, shows how the Duchess was behind the scenes
- Gold Coast's Lisa Gleave used to be a "briefcase beauty" on the US TV show
- Meghan Markle seems to have worked with the Australian beauty queen
- Meghan, 38, worked on 34 episodes of Deal or No Deal from 2006 to 2007
- Ms. Gleave showed how the Duchess, 38, was behind the scenes
An Australian model who worked with Meghan Markle on an American game show before being Duchess opened the lid on how she really was.
Lisa Gleave of the Gold Coast in Queensland and a younger Meghan were "briefcase beauties" in the American version of Deal or No Deal.
When Ms. Gleave spoke about Meghan, 38, she said the actress was "calm but very cute" and used the show to advance her acting career.
Australian model Lisa Gleave said about Meghan, 38, the actress was "calm but very cute".
"I remember that she focused very much on her acting career and her role as a briefcase beauty, as we were called, was only a stepping stone in her career," she said Gold Coast Bulletin.
& # 39; She only played a few seasons and then got her role in suits that took her away. I was so happy for her when I heard about the marriage. & # 39;
An advertising image for the show's second season shows Ms. Gleave, a former beauty queen, and Meghan holding briefcases side by side.
Meghan worked as a "briefcase girl" for Deal or No Deal for 34 episodes between 2006 and 2007, moderated by Howie Mandel, before starring as Rachel Zane at Suits.
Meghan was responsible for briefcase 24 during the show's second season, and when a candidate selected her number, she announced the amount in the suitcase.
The show's original briefcase was auctioned in Hollywood last December: A Collector & # 39; s Ransom Auction.
Lisa Gleave (pictured) from the Gold Coast in Queensland and the newly crowned Duchess of Sussex used to be briefcase beauties in the American version of Deal or No Deal
In a book by Andrew Norton, Meghan, a Hollywood princess, it was revealed that the briefcase girls would start filming at 5:30 a.m. and would stand in high heels for hours after long hair and makeup sessions.
Meghan spoke briefly about her days on the show and told Esquire in 2013 that being a pretty girl with a briefcase was a way to pay the bills.
"In any case, working on Deal or No Deal was a learning experience and it helped me understand what I would rather do," she said, adding that it was "in the category of things that I did while I auditioned to try. " make ends meet. & # 39;
Meghan played alongside Chrissy Teigen, Aubrie Lemon and Leyla Milani on Deal or No Deal.
"I'm particularly a fan of Meghan," said Chrissy Teigen Mail on Sunday last year. "I was in a deal or no deal with her and she was lovely. Now everyone is asking me what she was like and I say, "Excuse me, no mess. She is beautiful."
Earlier this year, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (pictured in October 2018) gave up their royal duties and said they would separate their time between Britain and America
Meghan married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018 and the couple has welcomed a young son, Archie, since then.
Earlier this year, the couple gave up their royal duties and said they would separate their time between Britain and America.
In their explosive testimony, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they wanted to "work out an advanced new role" and "resign as" senior "members of the royal family".
They said they wanted to balance their time between Britain and North America and "continue to honor our duty to the Queen, the Commonwealth and our patronage".
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