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Markle's movie counterpart has opened up in the past about her experiences as a biracial actress, which the former "Suits" star can relate to.
In a personal blog post honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Day on her since-closed lifestyle website, The Tig, Markle touched on the "countless black jokes" told by people who didn't realize she is biracial and wrote about what her own mother dealt with as part of an interracial couple, according to People.
“It makes me wonder what my parents experienced as a mixed race couple,” she wrote. “It echoes the time my mom and I were leaving a concert at The Hollywood Bowl, and a woman called her the ‘N’ word because she was taking too long to pull out of the parking spot. I remember how hot my skin felt. How it scorched the air around me.”
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The film definitely seems to have gotten it right with Markle's doppelganger, but Harry's isn't quite as exact. Although Murray is British and does occasionally sport a beard like the prince, the similarities seem to end there, especially since Harry has blue eyes and red hair. Still, it's nothing a bottle of hair dye and a pair of contacts can't solve.
With this forthcoming movie, Harry and Markle will join the ranks of Prince William and Duchess Catherine, whose own love story spawned two movies on Lifetime and Hallmark Channel.
The movie will premiere just before the royal couple's May 19 wedding.