Meghan Markle Shows She's Fit for Royalty in Classy New Interview

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Haters, have a seat. A new interview with Suits actress Meghan Markle shows she's perfectly fit for royalty, thankyouverymuch. Markle, who is a UN Women Advocate and World Vision Ambassador, spoke with authors Samantha Brett and Steph Adams for their book The Game Changers: Success Secrets From 40 Women at the Top: How to Become a Fearless, Fabulous Girl Boss -- and she proved that not only is she eloquent and intelligent, but she's also every bit a girl boss. Prince Harry, you're a lucky man. 


In the interview, Markle, who studied at Northwestern University, spoke about a trip she made to Rwanda to volunteer at a refugee camp earlier this year, how she's proud of her mixed heritage, and how she's a game changer.

"Using my hiatus between filming to focus on passion-driven projects and humanitarian work is incredibly high value to me," Markle said of her humanitarian work. "And to be honest -- I'm just really humbled that these organizations entrust me to represent their message." She also commented on the differences between herself and her character Rachel Zane. "We are both strong-willed and driven, as well as being layered and sensitive," she said, adding, "The difference between the two of us is that she certainly cries a lot more than I do, but for good reason. Her life is a tad more dramatic than mine, so I certainly can't judge. What we have in common? Our ambition and our taste in shoes." 

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Since the public got wind of their relationship -- and especially since Prince Harry went public with their romance -- people have been trying to unearth dirt on Markle (including her own sister). But with her credentials and well-thought-out, classy interviews, people are going to be hard-pressed to find anything wrong with her.

And no doubt the queen would agree.


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