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According to Wendy Williams, Meghan Markle applied on her show. Pictured: Markle chats with people inside the Drawing Room during a visit to Cardiff Castle on Jan. 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Getty Images/Ben Birchall

Meghan Markle may have applied for a job at Wendy Williams' show.

On Wednesday, the "Wendy Williams Show" host claimed that Prince Harry's fiancée previously tried to get a gig on her show. This apparently happened long before she started dating the Duke.

"She applied for a job here too, yeah," Williams said (via Us Weekly). "Random princess."

Back in December, Williams also discussed Markle's attempt to land a gig on her show. But the host thought the "Horrible Bosses" star was a "wild card" at the time.

"I respect Meghan Markle's hustle and I respect her game. However, she's a bit of a wild card, you know, because she goes from being the 'Deal or No Deal' girl, so this is a girl looking for game," Williams said at the time. "And remember the story here at 'Wendy.' She came here to 'Wendy' to find out what she could do here. She's been here, she's been in our building, we have her DNA."

On the Wednesday episode of the talk show, Williams and her guest, AnnaLynne McCord, chatted about the future royal. Markle appeared on McCord's "90210" reboot, but the latter said that she did not work directly with Prince Harry's fiancée.

"I didn't actually work with her. She was cheating with my man. Shenae [Grimes]' character, Annie, sees him in the car and she's like, 'Hi,' and Meghan's head comes up. I was like, get it girl! I love it," McCord recalled of Markle's scene. "She's taking on the role of a life. She's got to do the wave and the whole thing. She's like a leading lady."

Markle only appeared for two episodes of "90210," "The Jet Set" and "We're Not in Kansas." The reboot did not gain the same success as the first original run.

In related news, Ann Widdecombe continues to doubt Markle's suitability to join the royal family. In her new interview after her stint in UK's version of "Celebrity Big Brother," she was asked about what she meant when she called Markle "trouble." The former MP said that she is "dubious" of Markle joining the British royal family.

"I'm just very dubious that somebody who has made her life in those sorts of films, been married before, comes over and has to become an active member of a very, very stuffy, traditional family," Widdecombe told Piers Morgan and Sussana Reid when she appeared on "Good Morning Britain."

Meghan Markle
Will Meghan Markle’s wedding dress be designed by her good friend, Roland Mouret? Pictured: Markle chats with people inside the Drawing Room during a visit to Cardiff Castle on Jan. 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Ben Birchall - WPA Pool / Getty Images