However, since the rumours began circulating, palace sources have disputed the claims. The Duchess of Sussex was reportedly meant to be appearing on Netflix reality show, ‘I Do, Redo’.
In a statement to MailOnline, the source said the rumours are “categorically untrue”.
CTV, who partnered with Netflix for the show, also denied the reports.
CTV tweeted: “The Duchess of Sussex does not appear in upcoming @CTV series.”
The show is set to appear on Netflix and will be hosted by Ms Mulroney, who is a close friend of Meghan’s.
Original reports allegedly suggested that Meghan’s appearances would be “sporadic”, but this has since been denied.
The average income for a guest role on Canadian TV is $588 (£336.39) a day.
The reality television show has ten parts and “revisits first-time wedding disasters before re-making the wedding dreams of 10 devoted couples” according to a press release.
Ms Mulroney said about the show: “We are aiming to make a significant difference in the lives of our chosen couples whose first weddings did not go as planned due to tragic circumstances.
Allegedly, Ms Mulroney had a role in Meghan and Harry’s relationship.
In a biography of Harry titled ‘Harry: Life, Loss, and Love’ it is claimed that Meghan may have set her sights on Harry after she saw how much Ms Mulroney’s children adored the Prince.
Ms Mulroney said that her and Meghan managed to stay close even when the future Duchess became engaged.
Meghan reportedly asked her pal to help her organise her wedding.
Ms Mulroney even reportedly came to London to help Meghan get fitted for her wedding dress.