Meghan Markle is an American actress and former member of the British royal family. She was born in Los Angeles, California, on August 4, 1981. She married Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, in 2018, becoming the Duchess of Sussex. As a member of the British royal family, she carried out public engagements and charitable work. In 2020, the couple announced that they would step down as senior members of the royal family and move to North America. Since then, they have focused on their charitable organization, the Archewell Foundation, and other humanitarian causes. The couple stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2020 and moved to North America.
As an actress, Markle was best known for her role as Rachel Zane on the legal drama television series "Suits." She appeared on the show from 2011 to 2018. Before that, she had minor roles on several TV shows and movies such as "CSI: Miami," "90210" and "Get Him to the Greek." She also worked as a model and a briefcase girl on the game show "Deal or No Deal." Markle has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts and has worked as a UN Women advocate for political participation and leadership.
Meghan Markle advocates for various humanitarian causes, particularly gender equality and women's empowerment. Before becoming a member of the British royal family, she worked as a UN Women advocate for political participation and leadership. She has also been involved in charitable organizations, such as the One Young World summit and the Myna Mahila Foundation. Since stepping down as a senior royal, Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, have focused on their charitable organization, the Archewell Foundation, which aims to promote "compassion, empathy, and kindness." The couple also has spoken out and highlighted the issues of mental health, education, racial justice, and women's rights.