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Harry and Meghan engagement make her the first mixed race royal, unconventional bride

Meghan Markle 36, made history as the first mixed race royal and she is really
proud of who she is and where she’s from. The Suits actress, whose father is white and her mother African-American, announced her engagement to Prince Harry 33, recently. During their interview where she revealed she’s “really proud" of her heritage as she addressed making history as the first mixed race royal.

Her white Thomas Markle, and her mother, Doria Ragland, met at a Hollywood studio in the late 1970s, where he was working as a lighting director and she was a temp.
Meghan’s parents split when Meghan was young, but she told Vanity Fair that they remain on good terms and even take vacations together as a family.
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The Suits actress was married to Hollywood producer Trevor Engelson, after the pair tied the knot in Jamaica in September 2011, following six years of dating. Apart from acting she has been passionate about humanitarian efforts around the world and she will be the first American going into the royals since Wallis Simpson, famously also a divorcee.
Prince Harry the fifth-in-line to the British throne proposed to American actress Meghan Markle on Monday while he was trying to roast a chicken - and she happily accepted. And just after that the Suits actress, spoke for the first time with Prince Harry since they announced their engagement.
She thinks being an actress, feminist, humanitarian will definitely make her the royal family's unconventional bride-to-be in their concluded interview after their engagement.

A Proud feminist

Meghan said that her commitment to gender equality began as an 11-year-old , when she saw a soap commercial with the tagline "women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans."since then she have used all means to address gender inequality, even using her TV star platform to champion gender equality, the eradication of modern day slavery, clean-water campaigns, and pet adoption.
"I'm proud to be a woman and a feminist," she said in a speech at a United Nations conference on International Women's Day 2015. She had just been named the UN Women's Advocate for Political Participation and Leadership.
She described how she vied into feminist when two boys in her class said that women belonged in the kitchen that made her “shocked and angry,".  She wrote several letters on the advice of her father, including one to the soap manufacturer and one to then-first lady Hillary Clinton in a way to enhance women's role in the society.

                                         We wish them a happy married life together

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