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Meghan Markle’s mentor and NBC executive Bonnie Hammer reveals what the Suits star was really like behind the scenes

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Meghan Markle's mentor Bonnie Hammer has revealed details about what the Suits star was really like behind the scenes of her hit show (seen with Meghan in 2015).

Meghan Markle’s mentor Bonnie Hammer has spilled the beans on what the Suits star was really like behind the scenes of her hit show.

Speaking to DailyMail.com about her best-selling book, 15 Lies Women Are Told at Work:…and the Truth We Need to Succeed, the NBCUniversal vice president, 74, revealed that then-member Meghan ” junior” of the cast, worked hard. she’d during legal drama rehearsals and she always asked for help.

The actress, who is now married to Prince Harry and known as the Duchess of Sussex, starred in the USA Network series from 2011 to 2018.

While sharing the uncomfortable truths that women who work a nine-to-five lifestyle need to hear to succeed, Bonnie, known as the ‘Cable Queen,’ also revealed the secrets she gave to her apprentice, which helped to make the duchess, 42, the star she is today.

Meghan Markle’s mentor Bonnie Hammer has revealed details about what the Suits star was really like behind the scenes of her hit show (seen with Meghan in 2015).

In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Bonnie revealed that Meghan, then a 'junior' cast member, worked hard during rehearsals and always asked for help.

In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Bonnie revealed that Meghan, then a ‘junior’ member of the cast, worked hard during rehearsals and always asked for help.

After seeing Meghan’s “incredible” ethics as she worked tirelessly to become the face of the legal drama, Bonnie took her under her wing.

He recalled that the Suits star was constantly willing to learn and always wanting more.

The 74-year-old vice president of NBCUniversal is the author of the best-selling book, 15 Lies People Tell Women at Work: ...and the Truth We Need to Succeed.

The 74-year-old vice president of NBCUniversal is the author of the best-selling book, 15 Lies People Tell Women at Work: …and the Truth We Need to Succeed.

‘Megan was amazing. When she worked on Suits and Our Family, she absorbed the help and was willing to ask questions,” the mentor praised DailyMail.com.

“He was amazing on staff, but he wasn’t afraid to raise his hand and say, ‘Can you explain?’ “Can you help me with something if I want to be more than just a young star?”

And although Bonnie admitted that Meghan was a “young” person, she was “amazing.”

‘It wasn’t a very complete cast. She was one of the youngest people on the show and became part of the ensemble because she worked hard. “She tried hard, asked questions and had a positive attitude,” the business mogul told DailyMail.com.

“She was very strong and was amazing on the show, and again absorbed what I said.” I think she absorbed what everyone told her and she believed that it would help her performance or help her perform well in that situation. So I give him a lot of credit for that.”

In addition to Suits, Meghan also had brief stints on Deal Or No Deal and 90210. In 2014, she also started her own blog known as The Tig, where she shared various aspects of her life that inspired her.

After seeing Meghan's 'incredible' work ethic as she worked tirelessly to become the face of the legal drama, Bonnie took her under her wing (suit cast seen)

After seeing Meghan’s ‘incredible’ work ethic as she worked tirelessly to become the face of the legal drama, Bonnie took her under her wing (suit cast seen)

She recalled that the Suits star was constantly eager to learn and always wanted more (Bonnie was seen alongside Meghan and other women on the hit show in 2014).

She recalled that the Suits star was constantly eager to learn and always wanted more (Bonnie was seen alongside Meghan and other women on the hit show in 2014).

She then married the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, in 2018.

After her marriage, Meghan soon found herself in murky waters as tensions with the royals arose.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex laid bare explosive allegations against the royal family in their $100 million Harry and Meghan docuseries with streaming giant Netflix in December 2022.

Meghan & Harry, directed by Liz Garbus, was the first project to emerge from the multi-year deal the couple signed with the streaming giant in 2020, shortly after they announced they would be stepping down as working members of the Royal Family.

Meghan and Harry used their $100 million deal with the streaming giant to attack the Royal Family and Britain in shows described as transatlantic “TV bombs” dropped on The Firm.

The privacy-conscious couple provided a trove of photos and videos of their relationship, including the moment Harry proposed in 2017 and filming himself in the Heathrow lounge while emigrating in March 2020.

Although Bonnie admitted that Meghan was a 'young' person, she was 'amazing' (LR: Daniel Bryan, Brie Bella, Meghan, Bonnie Hammer, Big Show and Mark Feuerstein in 2015)

Although Bonnie admitted that Meghan was a ‘young’ person, she was ‘amazing’ (LR: Daniel Bryan, Brie Bella, Meghan, Bonnie Hammer, Big Show and Mark Feuerstein in 2015)

In addition to Suits, Meghan also had brief stints on Deal or No Deal and 90210 before marrying Prince Harry (seen in 2023).

In addition to Suits, Meghan also had brief stints on Deal or No Deal and 90210 before marrying Prince Harry (seen in 2023).

However, it seems that Meghan took the advice of Bonnie's mentor and came out on the other side, as she is now preparing to launch a new cooking and lifestyle business, American Riviera Orchard (Meghan and Bonnie seen in 2015 alongside Gina Torres and Sarah Rafferty).

However, it seems that Meghan took the advice of Bonnie’s mentor and came out on the other side, as she is now preparing to launch a new cooking and lifestyle business, American Riviera Orchard (Meghan and Bonnie seen in 2015 alongside Gina Torres and Sarah Rafferty).

The first three episodes contained a number of criticisms believed to have upset his father, King Charles III, including Harry’s claim that he was “literally brought up” by a “second family” in Africa, where he chose to spend three-month stints. months in In his teens and 20s, he came to accept his mother’s death.

However, it seems that Meghan took the advice of Bonnie’s mentor and came out on the other side, as she is now preparing to launch a new cooking and lifestyle business, American Riviera Orchard.

Bonnie also became a mentor to Today Show co-host Hoda Kotb.

He called Hoda “one of the most genuine, authentic, hard-working, open and honest human beings I’ve ever dealt with in this business.”

Both Meghan and Hoda emerged from male-dominated fields and differentiated themselves from men in suits to become role models in the business world.

The television executive explained that within the first seven seconds of meeting someone he had already made up his mind about what he thought of you.

Bonnie also became a mentor to Today Show co-host Hoda Kotb. She rated Hoda as

Bonnie also became a mentor to Today Show co-host Hoda Kotb. She called Hoda “one of the most genuine, authentic, hard-working, open and honest human beings I’ve ever dealt with in this business.”

Bonnie's book 15 Lies They Tell Women at Work: ...and the Truth We Need to Succeed is now available for purchase (cable mogul seen in 2006)

Bonnie’s book 15 Lies They Tell Women at Work: …and the Truth We Need to Succeed is now available for purchase (cable mogul seen in 2006)

And while Bonnie made sure to emphasize that it wasn’t about beauty or style, she did point out that you should make an effort to look “put together.”

At the end of her book, Bonnie suggests that both women and men begin to accept change.

His biggest advice to those uncomfortable with changing circumstances is to accept it and accept that it is happening.

‘You can’t stop it. It will happen whether you want it or not. So we waste time worrying about it, trying to stop it, pretending it doesn’t exist. It’s just a waste, because it’s going to be there. So the best advice is to find a way to embrace it,” he added.

Bonnie’s book 15 Lies They Tell Women at Work: …and the Truth We Need to Succeed is now available for purchase.

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