Meghan Markle last movie
Meghan Markle starred in Hallmark Channel’s “Dater’s Handbook” in 2016. Crown Media / Liane Hentscher

Meghan Markle has been in over 10 movies — some as a lead, some as supporting and others as uncredited or unnamed characters. The “Suits” alum retired from acting last year after getting engaged to Prince Harry, which means her most recent projects are the last ones she’ll be in.

Her last episode of the USA drama aired earlier this year, but when it comes to movies, her final flick premiered in 2016. The film, “Dater’s Handbook,” is a Hallmark Channel TV movie that also stars Kristoffer Palaha and Jonathan Scarfe. It was the Duchess of Sussex’s second flick on the network and aired as part of the network’s Countdown to Valentine’s Day event.

Of course, it’s all about finding love.

“Realizing she has a recurring habit of picking the wrong type of guy, Cassandra Barber (Markle) turns to relationship expert, Dr. Susie, and her latest self-help book, ‘The Dater’s Handbook’ to help with her ailing love life,” according to the synopsis. “She follows the advice in Dr. Susie’s book to evaluate potential suitors, and then must ultimately choose between reliable George (Scarfe) and fun-loving Robert (Polaha). It’s hard to change old habits and place your faith in the experts, especially when your heart tells you something different.”

Jennifer Barrow and Rich Tabach wrote the movie, and James Head directed it.

As for Markle’s last non-TV movie, that honor goes to 2015’s “Anti-Social,” which is currently streaming on Netflix and also stars Gregg Sulkin.

Here’s the synopsis from IMDb: “Central London, today; Dee is an anarchic street-artist confronting the system, Marcus is an armed robber on a [jewelry] store crime-wave. For the two brothers, being Anti-Social is a way of life.”

Since fans won’t be getting any new movies from the pregnant royal, they’ll just have to stick to rewatching all of her past ones.