As well as being a successful actress and the girlfriend of one of the world’s most famous royals, she is a self-styled lifestyle blogger.
And Meghan Markle has taken to her website once again to share a series of ‘quotes to live by’ – on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as President of the United States.
The Suits actress posted mantras from figures including Oprah Winfrey, Gandhi and Mother Teresa on her website The Tig on Friday.
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Meghan Markle took to her website on Friday to share a series of ‘quotes to live by’ – on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as President of the United States
While she does not mention Mr Trump explicitly, Miss Markle has previously expressed her disdain for the businessman-turned-politician, branding him as ‘misogynistic’ and ‘divisive’ – and even threatening to leave America if he was sworn in.
Appearing on the Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore last May, she said: ‘You don’t really want that kind of world that he’s painting.’
Protocol dictates that members of the British Royal family remain politically impartial – yet in her latest blog post, Prince Harry’s girlfriend hints at a ‘new chapter in history’ which would see the world facing ‘unfamiliar times’.
While she does not mention Mr Trump explicitly, Miss Markle has previously expressed her disdain for the now President, branding him as ‘misogynistic’ and ‘divisive’ in an interview
‘While the future is still ripe with questions, these people remind us that a steadfast dedication to the values of equality, peace, and love will always remain at the core of our potential to bring about meaningful change,’ she wrote on Friday, which was also the day she returned from a charity trip to India.
And quoting the late poet Maya Angelou on The Tig, which is named after her favourite wine, she wrote: ‘Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, pentrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.’
She encouraged fans to print off the ‘little nuggets’ and stick them to their desk or wall for motivation.
Meghan quotes figures including Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, left, and Oprah Winfrey, right, encouraging her fans to print the mantras out and stick them on their desk
‘After all,’ Meghan added, ‘it is still us, a collection of individuals, who are responsible for making the difference and creating a world in which we can all take pride.’
The actress is believed to have spent five days in Delhi last week promoting young women’s health and hygiene for the charity World Vision Canada.
Prince Harry’s love interest attended meetings with various NGOs during the visit, including an audience with Shamina Shafiq, a former member of the National Commission for Women.
She has previously visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in 2016 and saw firsthand the impact that clean water has on the lives of children and communities in Africa.
Meghan and boyfriend Harry might have spent the Christmas holidays apart but whisked themselves away for a trip to the Norwegian fjords, where they enjoyed romantic lake trips.
Meghan was announced as the global ambassador for World Vision in March last year.
The charity’s programme encourages Canadian’s to join in combating poverty and improving the lives of children and families around the world.
Meghan and boyfriend Harry might have spent the Christmas holidays apart but they recently whisked themselves away for a trip to Tromso, on the Norwegian fjords, where they whale watched and enjoyed romantic lake trips.