Meghan Markle has finished filming new Netflix show (2024)

Meghan Markle has wrapped up filming for her new cooking and home show, a Hollywood source has claimed.

Royal fans are one step closer to Meghan's lifestyle secrets because the duch*ess of Sussex, 42, has wrapped up filming for the untitled project in Montecito, which is being produced by Sony Pictures Television’s The Intellectual Property Corporation

The show, which is yet to receive a title or air date, will 'celebrate the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship' and is part of Meghan and Harry's $100million Netflix deal.

In conversation about the new project, a Hollywood source told The Daily Beast: 'It all went well, and it is in the can.'

The show was filmed at a property two miles from Meghan's Montecito mansion, which she and Prince Harry, 39, share with children Archie, two, and Lilibet, two.

The duch*ess of Sussex (seen in March, 2024) has wrapped up filming for her new netflix cooking show, a Hollywood insider has claimed

Meghan was last week spotted in a Los Angeles park taking part in a photoshoot, spurring rumours of new material for the upcoming project.

The mother-of-two was caught on TikTok taking part in what fans speculated was a shoot for a new project.

The clip appeared to show the royal having the sleeve of her tracksuit adjusted by a stylist in Beverly Hills, near a popular celebrity-loved coffee spot called Alfred's.

However, the Hollywood insider said it was unlikely related to the new project because the team had already 'got everything' they needed.

The project commenced filming days after Meghan sent out exclusive pots of homemade jam from her brand, American Riviera Orchard, to her nearest and dearest.

A film permit application exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com showed filming took place in two separate locations.

In April, Meghan, spent the day surrounded by the blooms of Florabundance, a florist 10-minutes drive from Montecito in the coastal California town of Carpinteria.

The day after, production trucks lined the driveway of a $5million property set in eight acres of avocado trees and lemon groves in a gated community in Montecito for filming.

Meghan (seen in September, 2023) said the show will 'celebrate the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship'

The news comes after Meghan sent jars of raspberry jam to her nearest and dearest, includingNacho Figueras (pictured)

Fashion designer Tracy Robbins posted a picture of Meghan's jam, which had the logo for American Riviera Orchard and 'Montecito' underneath

Security vehicles guarded both of the 4,500 square feet home's entrances.

The property is the home of Tom and Sherrie Cipolla – both fixtures on the Montecito society scene and generous donors to several good causes locally, including the Storyteller Center – a therapeutic preschool for children facing adversities.

They have hosted fundraisers for the centre at the same home where Meghan played house.

Tom, 75, and wife Sherrie, 69, parents to two adult children, have a property portfolio worth more than $20million, encompassing two dozen buildings in Los Angeles County and Santa Barbara.

The couple also runs a physical therapy practice that last year boasted sales in excess of $1.3million.

When approached by DailyMail.com Sherrie Cipolla declined to comment on the purpose of the film crew currently camped out in her home.

Meghan's show will be directed by Michael Steed who worked on Anthony Bourdain's Emmy-wnning Parts Unknown, and among the behind-the-camera staff is Leah Hariton, the showrunner for Selena Gomez's HBO cooking show, 'Selena + Chef.'

DailyMail.com revealed Meghan did not use her Montecito mansion to film the show, but instead, the kitchen of philanthropists Tom and Sherrie Cipolla (pictured)

Production trucks and tents lined the driveway of the $5million property set in eight acres of avocado and lemon groves in a gated community in Montecito

The couple's first launch on Netflix was their six-part documentary 'Harry and Meghan' which was released in 2022 where the pair made swipes at the royal family

In March, Meghan's brand, American Riviera Orchard, was launched on Instagram and has bene likened to her now defunct blog The Tig

The film permit obtained by DailyMail.com revealed that Alex Dandino, the production manager of that same show is also involved in Meghan's entry into the culinary world, raising the possibility that she too will be joined by professional chefs for a cook-a-long.

The show is part of the couple's bid to fulfill the $100million Netflix deal that they signed back in 2020.

At the time they released a statement saying, 'Our lives, both independent of each other and as a couple, have allowed us to understand the power of the human spirit: of courage, resilience, and the need for connection.

'Through our work with diverse communities and their environments, to shining a light on people and causes around the world, our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope.'

Meghan intends to sell a vast array of household products with her American Riviera Orchard company.

The endless list of products includes skin care, make-up, gardening equipment, scented candles and even dog food.

Meghan Markle has finished filming new Netflix show (2024)

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