Kevin Costner is sure that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex will not come back to the act, as her husband Prince Harry would find it difficult to see his wife kiss someone else.
The 64-year-old actor Lorraine who published his new film, The Art of Racing in the Rain, said host Lorraine Kelly that the former Suits actress probably shouldn’t return to Hollywood now that she is part of the UK Royal Family.
And he’s sympathizing with her husband Harry because he doesn’t want to see his wife smooth on the large screen with anyone else.
“I don’t understand,” he said in an interview pre-recorded. “Why, because if you’re Harry, it sounds like a big boy, that’s why I’m not married to an actress, that’s why I don’t want to see somebody kiss my wife.”
The 64-year-old actor, who has performed the part of bodyguards for Whitney Houston’s famous pop star in the 1992 film The Bodyguard, also explains that Meghan, 38, has been given sufficient attention to “lifetime.”
“I don’t want to be a person that ever limits somebody, but there’s a lot of thought going on here, number one being a wife, and then being in a circle I don’t even understand — royalty.”
“I believe we’re watching it all over the sea and at times we don’t know the trick.” He said: “She’s been giving her life enough in a year now.” In The Art of Racing in the Rain, the star gives the voice to an adorable dog, Enzo, a pet of racing driver, Denny Swift, performed by Milo Ventimiglia.