Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle used to work in a frozen yogurt store. Pictured: Markle arrives in Nottingham, Britain on Dec. 1, 2017. Reuters/Jeremy Selwyn

Meghan Markle's first job was at a frozen yogurt store.

Before "Suits" and the glam of Hollywood, Prince Harry's fiancée worked at Humphrey Yogart in Los Angeles. Markle was only 13 at that time and was paid $4 an hour for her service. Her duties included putting out the bins.

According to Markle's former boss, the actress was popular to their customers because of her "outgoing personality." That job also paved the way for her to meet the "Baywatch" star Yasmine Bleeth, Daily Mail reported.

"Meghan was still at school – maybe a little older than 13 as the rules are strict in California," Paula Sheftel, Markle's former boss said." She earned minimum wage and was very popular with customers. She had to prove she had an outgoing personality and would work well with staff."

Markle continued to explore different opportunities to earn money. Before she made headlines due to her character, Rachel Zane on USA Network's "Suits," she also appeared as one of the suitcase girls in "Deal or No Deal."

Just recently, Markle's photos from the show resurfaced. In the snaps, she is wearing a sexy Santa outfit with fur-lined and five-inch heels. Those photos were taken during the 35th episode of "Deal or No Deal" Season 2 that aired on the Christmas Day in 2006.

According to Markle, she accepted the work to earn. "I would put that in the category of things I was doing while I was auditioning to try to make ends meet," Markle said. "I would end up standing up there forever in these terribly uncomfortable and inexpensive five-inch heels just waiting for someone to pick my number so I could go and sit down."

"I went from working in the US Embassy in Argentina to ending up on 'Deal.' It's run the gamut," the bride-to-be added. "Definitely working on 'Deal or No Deal' was a learning experience, and it helped me to understand what I would rather be doing."

Prince Harry's bride-to-be has been an advocate for women and gender equality since she was 11. Markle doesn't agree with women's role being overly sexualized.

Markle understands that as an auditioning actress, one is hungry for work and is willing to do anything. However, she encourages women to know their value and that they do not have to say "yes" to every opportunity.

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