Meg is a constant reminder of Kate's old life. She's a party-hearty singleton and the only woman Kate knows who has less experience with kids than she has. She and Kate have been best friends for many years, and Meg still works at the bar she and Kate used to manage. Meg is blunt, selfish, and irresponsible. She’ll give Kate's kids bad advice and calls Pete, "Three-Pete," because yes, he's been married three times.
She can't understand why Kate would trade in their old lifestyle for a husband with two ex-wives and three kids. And while she doesn't understand Kate's new romance, Meg still constantly comes over for help, advice, and fun. In Meg's eyes, her life has changed just as much as Kate's since Kate got married.
Natalie Morales is an actress, director and writer. She has recurred on many beloved TV shows, most recently the award-winning Aaron Sorkin HBO series, The Newsroom, and the NBC comedy Parks & Recreation. She was also a series regular on the hit USA Network series, White Collar.
Morales' career began in theatre, leading to sketch comedy, which then paved the way to her first starring role as Wendy Watson in the critically acclaimed ABC Family cult hit, The Middleman.
On the big screen she starred in the independent feature Six Month Rule with Martin Starr and Dave Foley. She was also featured in the Drew Barrymore comedy, Going the Distance, and she was handpicked by Oliver Stone for a role in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps.
Morales recently directed a music video for the band Killmama, and is in pre-production for her first feature length film, The Jock.