Reports Meghan could ‘launch her own cosmetic line’ after quitting royal life

Meghan Markle could be set to launch her own cosmetic line after visiting a marketing mogul several times.

Countless stories have been written about The Duchess of Sussex's flawless skin, and a dedicated website has even been set up to document her use of beauty products.

Now Meghan looks to make copying her make up secrets that bit easier – if speculation surrounding her trips to a specialist marketing firm boss are to be believed.

One half of Guthy-Renker, Bill Guthy reportedly welcomed the 40-year-old mother-of-two, her mum Doria and Prince Harry, 37, to his home a handful of times between February and March, the Daily Mail reports.

The royals were even spotted driving from his estate on March 1 earlier this year and sensationally may have used Guthy's property to stage their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Guthy, who also lives in California, just a short drive from Harry and Meghan, co-founded Guthy-Renker which uses celebrity's to help sell cosmetics.

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The couple's friendship with 66-year-old Guthy was highlighted further when he reportedly lent them use of his private jet for a tour of New York City.

Building such a strong bond with a man who could hold the keys to a brand new step into the beauty industry for Meghan, has unsurprisingly stoked speculation.

Guthy-Renker was founded alongside Greg Renker in 1988 and has not been without any run-ins with the law over that 33 year period.

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The direct marketing company was ordered to pay out £20m in a class action lawsuit by customers who claimed its shampoos caused hair loss.

Adverts powered by Guthy-Renker for its Proactiv acne range, were banned in the UK as they were found to be "misleading".

The Daily Star has approached representatives of Meghan for comment.

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