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This vintage clip of Meghan Markle in the 90210 reboot is GOLD

Look away now, Harry!

Everyone has to start somewhere and if you’re an aspiring actor that usually equates to a slew of wide-ranging cameo roles.
Just ask the now hugely successful Suits star, Meghan Markle.
WATCH: Meghan's 90210 cameo appearance in the player above!
Before she landed her dream job (and man, for that matter), the 35-year-old had blink-and-you’ll-miss-it roles on films like Horrible Bosses, Get Him to the Greek and cult classic TV series, General Hospital.
But it’s her very risqué role on the 90210 remake in 2008 that has recently resurfaced and got people talking.
In the clip, Meghan plays Wendy for the show’s pilot episode.
In a nutshell, her role consists of well... Let the below visual aid do the talking.
While her character is only on the screen for less than five seconds, she’s pictured giving Ethan (played by Dustin Milligan) a blow job in his car as Annie Wilson (played by Shanae Grimes) walks over and catches them in the act.
Annie is particularly horrified because Ethan is already dating Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord).
It's all pretty stock standard stuff for 90210, which was first brought to life in the original series which ran from 1990-2000.
As the end credits roll up, the 35-year-old is merely referred to as “hot girl.”
Well, that “hot girl” has since gone on to kick a hell of a lot of goals and is now one of the most sought after stars in Hollywood.
Meghan's cameo role on 90210 has since resurfaced.
But as Meghan remembers, it wasn't always this way.
Reflecting on her early days as a struggling artist, she recently told the Create & Cultivate conference: "I ended up going into so many different auditions and you get the thickest skin of all time because it is very hard not to question something about yourself in those moments when it has nothing to do with you."
"This epic day happened where the locks [to the car] stopped opening with the key. And the clicker wouldn't open the front doors and I couldn't afford to fix this car and this was how I got from one audition to the other."
“So what I would start to do is literally go to these auditions, park at the back of the parking lot and I would open my trunk… and crawl into the back of my car to the front seat to drive off to my next audition. This, by the way, went on for five months.”