Meghan Markle musical
There will be a short radio musical based on Meghan Markle's life. The Duchess of Sussex is pictured on March 23, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Chris Jackson - Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle has retired from show business, but the entertainment industry is more interested in the Duchess of Sussex than ever before. BBC is reportedly planning a radio musical based on her life.

“The Sixth In Line To Be King and I” is set to air on BBC Radio 4 on Jan. 1, Hello! reports. The musical won’t go too in-depth. The play will only be 15 minutes long. However, it is expected to look at Meghan’s past as an actress and look ahead to her and Prince Harry’s future, which includes a baby (due in spring). Expect the music to be inspired by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Pippa Evans, Richie Webb and Dave Lamb have been cast in the New Year’s Day production.

Though she might not tune in for this particular event, Markle seems to be a fan of musical theater. Last year, she and Prince Harry attended “Hamilton” on the West End.

“We saw it back in January, February and thought it was incredible,” Meghan told a cast member (via People). “Harry loved it, it was the first time he saw it, and now he can’t stop singing the songs!”

Though Markle has given up her career in acting, her former agent believes she could potentially return to the stage or screen one day. “I’m sure she’ll make a movie again. I really do think that,” Gina Nelthorpe-Crowne recently said.