While neither one of the partys has affirmed anything, real productions have been conversing with sources and hauling out a wide range of receipts to connect the two. People are notwithstanding asserting an engagement is likely. (Damn, that was speedy… ) Just like that, her name is in every one of the features. And keeping in mind that we know the fundamentals about the 35-year-old magnificence (and my kindred Leo sistah), there are many fascinating things about her life that the majority of us presumably aren’t mindful of. The more you know!
Serena Williams is one of her girls.
Whether she’s showing up for Wimbledon matches or standing by Williams at New York Fashion Week when the star debuts her fashion collections, Markle is pretty tight with our favorite tennis icon. Now how can we get in the crew?
She is an experienced yogi.
Markle’s mother, who is Black, is a talented yoga instructor. The two really participated in mother and-me yoga classes when she was a child. Markle still practices it right up ’til the present time, including hot yoga, and is a remarkable adaptable yogi.
People didn’t think her mom was her biological mother growing up.
“My mother is a yoga educator, 100% Black with dreadlocks,” Markle told Ebony in a meeting few days ago. “What’s more, when individuals finds ‘that young lady’ on Suits is her kid, there is frequently this disconnect and sometimes disbelief. It took me a long investment to get myself.”
She struggled to fit in.
Markle also told Ebony that while she could pass as both Black and White growing up, she didn’t really fit in.
“I could get into twice as many rooms, but was turned down twice as often as many of my peers,” she told the publication. “It’s that dichotomy that we can go through: ‘What are you? Where do you fit in? I want to put you in this box and I want you to stay there.’
Meghan is her middle name.
We may call her Meghan Markle, yet it’s really her middle name. Her entire name is Rachel Meghan Markle. Sufficiently intriguing, Rachel is also the name of her Suits character.
She’s a humanitarian.
Megan is an UN advocate who has made a trip to Rwanda to do work for the Clean Water Campaign. She’s likewise the Global Ambassador for World Vision Canada, an instructor for the philanthropy One Young World and stood up on everything from sexual orientation fairness issues to advanced servitude. She has that in the same way as Prince Harry, who, following in the strides of his late mother, Princess Diana, has done a lot of philanthropic work.
She didn’t plan on being an actress.
As she disclosed to Focus Magazine: “I didn’t plan to be actress – I went to Northwestern University as an English major yet immediately changed to a twofold noteworthy in Theater and International Relations. It truly wasn’t until subsequent to working for the US Embassy abroad and getting back home for the occasion that a companion from school gave a director an understudy film I did – he watched it and called me, disclosing to me he thought I ought to remain home and give acting a shot. I did, and I was so thankful.”
She can throw down in the kitchen.
Markle loves to cook. She is actually so good at it, her lifestyle website, The Tig, has a whole section dedicated to food. When she’s not shooting and doing humanitarian work, she’s cooking. Oh, and also traveling, which she loves. Trips to London I’m guessing?
She was in a sorority.
While a student at Northwestern University (Communication, c/o ’03), Markle was in a sorority, but not one of the ones you’re probably thinking of. The actress was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
She has been married before.
Before she was reportedly being wooed by Prince Harry, Markle married a guy named Trevor Engelson in 2011. She had been in a relationship with Engelson since 2004. The pair divorced in 2013.
She has an interesting hidden talent.
It’s all in her handwriting. As Markle told Good Housekeeping, calligraphy used to be her side hustle.
“I used to be a calligrapher for weddings and events — that was my side job while I was auditioning,” Markle told the publication. “I think handwritten notes are a lost art form. When I booked my first pilot, my dad wrote me a letter that I still have. The idea of someone taking the time to put pen to paper is really special.”