Meghan Markle is hoping her marriage to Prince Harry lasts longer than another celebrity union of which she was a part.
In a 2013 Esquire interview, which has resurfaced a day after the actress announced her engagement to the British royal, the Suits star revealed she put a handwriting class to good use by writing wedding invitations - and one celebrity couple she worked with was Robin Thicke and Paula Patton, who are now divorced.
"I went to an all-girls Catholic school for, like, six years during the time when kids actually had handwriting class," Meghan told the magazine. "I've always had a propensity for getting the cursive down pretty well. What it evolved into was my pseudo-waitressing job when I was auditioning. I didn't wait tables. I did calligraphy for the invitations for, like, Robin Thicke and Paula Patton's wedding.
"I used to do it for Dolce & Gabbana's celebrity correspondence over the holidays. I would sit there with a little white tube sock on my hand so no hand oils got on the card, trying to pay my bills while auditioning. I'm glad that in the land of no one seeming to appreciate a handwritten note anymore that I can try to keep that alive."
Markle admitted the job was a good one - and paid well: "It's super-lucrative, because there are so few people doing it," she added. "What's funny is I probably still have some calligraphy business cards floating out in the world and I can't wait for someone to call me in a month or something, and say, 'Can you do these for my son's Bar Mitzvah?'"
It's unlikely Meghan will have anything to do with her own wedding invitations next year (18), as they will be handled by royal officials in the U.K.