Meghan Markle - biographyMeghan Markle is an actress of American origin, primarily known for the TV show Suits. She is also the wife and lady of the heart of Prince Harry of Wales.
Early yearsMeghan was born on August 4, 1981, in Los Angeles, into a family of mixed race. Her father, Tom Markle, is an American television director of Dutch and Irish descent, while her mother, Doria Ragland, an African American, is a Master of Social Sciences, who had worked as a yoga instructor and social worker all her life. Meghan also has a half-brother - Thomas - from his father's first marriage.
EducationAs a daughter of wealthy parents, Markle had been studying in elite private schools since the age of five with the children of numerous Hollywood stars. After graduation, she could not decide on a major, torn between a career in television and politics.
CareerAfter graduating in 2003, Meghan did a short internship at the American Embassy in Buenos Aires, where she served as director of public relations. After that, she decided to try herself as an actress.
Meghan Markle’s personal lifeShortly after graduating from the university, Meghan began dating the producer Trevor Engelson. In 2011 they were married, but their marriage did not last long - in 2013 the couple divorced.
The wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince HarryFor Meghan Markle, the beginning of 2018 had passed under the auspices of the preparation for the wedding. Before the ceremony, she changed her faith (abandoned Protestantism in favor of the Anglican Church) and received British citizenship. After the wedding, the lovers were planning to settle in the royal residence in Nottingham.
The royal wedding in numbers
- 200 lemons were used for the wedding cake
- 5 metres of silk were used for the bride's veil
- 10 pages served at the wedding
- 175 years have passed since the death of the last Duke of Sussex
- 7 charitable organizations received money from the newlyweds in honor of the wedding
- 5,000 members of the press have received accreditation for the celebration