Meghan Markle’s Netflix cooking show wraps filming: ‘This could be a relaunch’

Meghan Markle’s next project is on the way.

The Duchess of Sussex reportedly wrapped filming her Netflix cooking and lifestyle show.

“It all went well and it is in the can,” a Hollywood source told the Daily Beast Wednesday.

PR consultant Mark Borkowski told the outlet that the forthcoming series “could be a relaunch to something new and interesting” for Markle.

Filming has wrapped on Meghan Markle’s cooking show. POOL/AFP via Getty Images
A source said production “went well.” Getty Images

The former actress, 42, and her husband, Prince Harry, signed a deal with Netflix in 2020 that is set to expire at the end of 2025.

Earlier this year, Page Six exclusively reported that Markle is trying to position herself as a lifestyle guru à la Martha Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.

We heard at the time that the “Suits” alum’s new show, which she began filming around March, will focus on all things home, garden and food — in the same vein as her former blog, the Tig.

Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex launched a lifestyle brand. AP
American Riviera Orchard promises to sell a range of foods and homewares. Anadolu via Getty Images

The couple’s first project on the streaming platform was their bombshell documentary, “Harry & Meghan,” which detailed their love story and why they left the royal family in 2020 to settle in California.

It quickly became one of the highest-streamed docuseries on Netflix when it was released in 2022.

Harry, 39, also released his own series, “Heart of Invictus,” which followed a group of competitors training for the 2022 Invictus Games, a sporting event that the prince founded for wounded service members.

Several of Markle’s friends received gift baskets with products. Tracy Robbins / Instagram
Chrissy Teigen and Kris Jenner showed off jam jars. Delfina Blaquier / Instagram

Markle has been busy this year trying to rebrand herself.

In March, she announced the launch of her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard.

“She’s been working on this for over a year, and it’s all the things that are close to her heart — all the things she’s passionate about,” a source told Page Six at the time.

The lifestyle brand follows in the footsteps of Markle’s former blog, the Tig. Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP
She plans on selling cookbooks and table linens. Thomas Cordy / USA TODAY NETWORK

A trademark application revealed that Markle has big plans for her brand and intends on shilling a wide range of home goods, including edible treats like jellies, jams and spreads as well as tableware staples such as cutlery, table linens and drinkware. Cookbooks are also covered in the filing.

Several close pals have already been lucky enough to receive some treats from the line.

Chrissy Teigen, Kris Jenner and fashion designer Tracy Robbins have all posted videos of handmade jams that they have been gifted.

The upcoming series will center on Markle’s love of food and gardening. AP
She and husband Prince Harry have inked several deals since bowing out of senior royal duties. Getty Images

Since quitting their senior royal duties, Harry and Markle have been involved in several ventures that have not always panned out.

They parted ways with Spotify in 2023, less than three years after agreeing to a $20 million deal.

A spokesperson for Markle did not reply to Page Six’s request for comment.