Meghan Markle is set to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres show for a solo interview in her first ever appearance on the talk show.

This follows her explosive tell-all with Oprah earlier this year alongside Prince Harry, when she was pregnant with her second child.

On her second sit-down interview this year, Meghan is expected to discuss some of her previous experiences as an actor.

It's also thought she'll give updates on her daughter Lilibet, who was born June 2021.

Ellen confirmed the surprise interview with the Suits actress on her Twitter account, writing: "A lot has changed since the last time Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, was on the Warner Brothers lot."

The talk show host has already shared a teaser in which Meghan Markle is seen reminiscing on her acting career before her involvement with the royal family.

In the clip, she said: "I would park on gate three and I would scoot on over and the security guards here would always say ‘break a leg, I hope you get it’. So driving today was very different."

But how can you watch the show over here in the UK?

What time is the Meghan Markle interview?

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The interview will air in the US on Thursday 18 November, broadcasting on CBS at 3pm Eastern Time.

The episode will then be broadcast in the UK on Thursday 24 November at 2pm, based on when The Ellen Show usually airs its episodes in the UK.

This should be available to watch on ITV2 and the ITV Hub.

What is Meghan Markle expected to talk about during her Ellen interview?

Besides talking about her past auditions, the teaser shows Markle, 40 , also talking about her trusty old ride, a Ford Explorer Sport.

She said: "You couldn’t get yourself in through the door, so after auditions I would park at the back of the parking lot and I would open the trunk and climb in, pull the door shut behind me and crawl all over my seats to get out. That’s how I would come to and fro.

"I would play it off. I would be like, ‘Oh, I’m just looking for my résumé and my highlighters for my script. Oh, maybe it’s back there!’ And then just crawl all the way.”

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