Meghan Markle

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Rachel Meghan Markle (born August 4, 1981) is an American actress and humanitarian campaigner.

Markle was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in theater and international studies in 2003, followed by small roles in several United States television series. Starting in 2011, she portrayed Rachel Zane on the legal drama series Suits for seven seasons. Markle's film credits include Remember Me and Horrible Bosses. In 2017, she became engaged to Prince Harry, the fifth in line of succession to the British throne, and announced that she would stop acting to pursue humanitarian work given her high profile as a future royal.

Meghan Markle
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Markle in January 2013
Born Rachel Meghan Markle
August 4, 1981 (age 36)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Residence Kensington Palace
Nationality American
Alma mater Northwestern University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–2017
Spouse(s) Trevor Engelson
(m. 2011; div. 2013)
Parents
  • Thomas Markle (father)
  • Doria Ragland (mother)
Signature
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Family and early life

Rachel Meghan Markle[1][2] was born on August 4, 1981, in Los Angeles.[3] Her mother, Doria Loyce Ragland, a social worker and yoga instructor, lives in View Park–Windsor Hills, California.[3][4] Her father, Thomas Wayne Markle, who lives in Mexico,[5] is an Emmy Award-winning lighting director whose profession resulted in his young daughter often visiting the set of Married... with Children.[6][7][8] Both of her parents are Protestants with Doria being an unspecified one and Thomas—an Episcopalian.[9] Although Markle had attended a Catholic high school, she identified as Protestant.[10][11] Her parents divorced in 1988 when Markle was six years old.[12][13] She has two older paternal half-siblings, Thomas Markle Jr. and Samantha Grant.[12]

Describing her heritage, Markle said: "My dad is Caucasian and my mom is African American. I'm half black and half white. ... I have come to embrace [this and] say who I am, to share where I'm from, to voice my pride in being a strong, confident, mixed-race woman."[14] Her mother is descended from slaves in the plantations of Georgia,[15] and her father from Dutch, English, and Irish settlers.[16][17] Her father's ancestors are Sir Philip Wentworth and Mary Clifford, a descendant of King Edward III of England. Other ancestors include Captain Christopher Hussey of Hampton, New Hampshire.[18][19][20]

Markle grew up in Hollywood.[21] At age 11, her successful campaign to get a company to change a national television commercial she viewed as sexist was profiled by Linda Ellerbee on Nick News.[22]

Education

From age five, she was educated at private schools, beginning at Hollywood Little Red Schoolhouse.[23] Markle later attended Immaculate Heart High School, an all-girl, private Catholic school in Los Angeles.[24] She graduated in 2003 from Northwestern University, near Chicago, where she earned a bachelor's degree with a double major in theater and international studies. Speaking to Vogue in 2013, Markle told the magazine how at the age of 20, and reportedly short of credits to complete her junior year, she successfully applied for an internship at the US embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina.[25][26]

Career

Markle worked as a freelance calligrapher to support herself between early acting jobs.[27] Her first appearance on screen was in the background of an episode of the daytime soap opera General Hospital.[28] Early in her career, Markle had small guest roles on the television shows Century City (2004), The War at Home (2006), and CSI: NY (2006).[28] She also took on several contract acting and modeling jobs that included a stint as a "briefcase girl" on the US game show Deal or No Deal.[6][27] She appeared in Fox's series Fringe as Junior Agent Amy Jessup in the first two episodes of its second season.[29] Markle had some difficulty getting roles early in her career. In 2015, she wrote: "I wasn't black enough for the black roles and I wasn't white enough for the white ones, leaving me somewhere in the middle as the ethnic chameleon who couldn't book a job."[30]

Since July 2011, Markle has played Rachel Zane on the USA Network show Suits, which is filmed in Toronto, Ontario. The character began as a paralegal and eventually became an attorney. She completed work on that series' seventh season in late 2017.[31] Markle has appeared in two 2010 films, Get Him to the Greek and Remember Me, and one 2011 film, Horrible Bosses.[32] She has also appeared in episodes of Cuts, Love, Inc., 90210, Knight Rider, Without a Trace, The League, and Castle.[28][33]

From 2014 to 2017, Markle was founder and editor-in-chief of lifestyle website The Tig.[34][35] In November 2016, Markle and Canadian clothing company Reitmans released a line of women's fashion workwear.[36]

During a BBC interview, Markle said that she would not return to Suits and that after she marries, she would transition out of her work as an actor.[37]

Personal life

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Prince Harry in 2017

Markle began a relationship with actor and producer Trevor Engelson in 2004.[38] They married in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on September 10, 2011,[39] and divorced in August 2013.[40]

Since June 2016, she has been in a relationship with Prince Harry,[41][42] who is fifth in line to the British throne.[43] Prince Harry and Markle met on a blind date that a mutual friend set up.[44] The press began to report the relationship in October 2016.[45] On November 8, 2016, the British royal family's communications secretary released an official statement that addressed the "wave of abuse and harassment" directed toward Markle.[46] The statement spoke to the sexism, racism and defamatory stories directed at Markle, including an unspecified "smear on the front page of a national newspaper".[47][48][49] It urged the press to "pause and reflect" before driving these storylines.[46]

During a September 2017 interview with Vanity Fair, Markle spoke in public for the first time about her love for Prince Harry, saying: "We're two people who are really happy and in love. We were very quietly dating for about six months before it became news, and I was working during that whole time, and the only thing that changed was people's perception."[50] Later that month, they made their first public appearances together at an official royal engagement at the Invictus Games in Toronto.[51][52]

Markle lived in a rented house[53] in the Seaton Village neighbourhood of Toronto during her time working on Suits, which filmed in that city,[54] but moved out in late November 2017 after work on the seventh season had been completed.[55]

Engagement to Prince Harry

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A mural by the US-born London street artist Pegasus depicting Markle (wearing a US flag-patterned dress and a tiara) flanked by two Queen's Guards

On November 27, 2017, her engagement to Prince Harry, fifth in line succession to the British throne, was announced.[56][41] By then, she had met Queen Elizabeth II, Harry's paternal grandmother, several times.[57]

Markle's first official public appearance with Prince Harry following their engagement was a walkabout in Nottingham on December 1, 2017.[58][59]

The bespoke engagement ring given by Harry to Markle consists of a large central diamond from Botswana, with two smaller diamonds from the jewellery collection of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.[60] The publicity photos accompanying the announcement showed Markle wearing a coat designed by Line the Label, which proved so popular that excessive online orders for the jacket caused the company's server to crash.[61]

The engagement announcement prompted much comment about the possible social significance (or insignificance) of Markle becoming a proudly mixed-race[14] royal.[62][63][64][65]

Markle will be baptised and confirmed into the Church of England before the wedding on May 19, 2018, at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The Church no longer denies marriage to divorced persons with a living spouse.[66][67] After the engagement, Markle began the years-long process of becoming a British citizen.[68] According to some sources, she will also retain her US citizenship [69][70] but Kensington Palace indicated in late November 2017 that the decision had not yet been made.[71] The couple was invited to celebrate Christmas 2017 with the royal family at the Queen's Sandringham estate.[72] After the wedding, they will live together at Nottingham Cottage in London, on the grounds of Kensington Palace.[73]

Humanitarian work

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Markle and sportsmen Brian Urlacher and Doug Fister address the audience during a USO show at Naval Station Rota, Spain, 6 December 2014

Markle was a counsellor for international charity One Young World, speaking at the 2014 annual summit in Dublin on the topics of gender equality and modern day slavery.[74] Also in 2014, she traveled to Afghanistan and Spain as part of the USO Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Holiday Tour.[75][76][77] In 2016, Markle became a global ambassador for World Vision Canada, traveling to Rwanda for the Clean Water Campaign, the agency's campaign to provide safe, clean drinking water,[78][79][30] and she traveled to India to raise awareness of issues concerning women.[80] She has also worked with the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women as an Advocate.[78][81] Markle again attended the One Young World summit in 2016.[82]

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2002 General Hospital Jill 1 episode
2004 Century City Natasha "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Lose" (season 1: episode 4)
2005 Cuts Cori "My Boyfriend's Back" (season 1: episode 5)
2005 Love, Inc. Teresa Santos "One on One" (season 1: episode 9)
2006 1 vs. 100 Herself Mob member number 7
2006 The War at Home Susan "The Seventeen-Year Itch" (season 1: episode 17)
2006 CSI: NY Veronica Perez "Murder Sings the Blues" (season 3: episode 7)
2006 Deceit Gwen TV film
2007 Deal or No Deal Herself Holder of Case #24; 4 episodes
2008 90210 Wendy "We're Not in Kansas Anymore" (season 1: episode 1)
"The Jet Set" (season 1: episode 2)
2008 'Til Death Tara "Joy Ride" (season 3: episode 2)
2009 Knight Rider Annie Ortiz "Fight Knight" (season 1: episode 14)
2009 Without a Trace Holly Shepard "Chameleon" (season 7: episode 15)
2009 Fringe Junior FBI Agent Amy Jessup "A New Day in the Old Town" (season 2: episode 1)
"Night of Desirable Objects" (season 2: episode 2)
2009 The League Random Girl "The Bounce Test" (season 1: episode 2)
2010 CSI: Miami Officer Leah Montoya "Backfire" (season 8: episode 20)
2010 The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down Dana TV film
2011–2018[83] Suits Rachel Zane Series regular
2012 Castle Charlotte Boyd/Sleeping Beauty "Once Upon a Crime" (season 4: episode 17)
2014 Extant Girl at Table "Extinct" (season 1: episode 2)
2014 When Sparks Fly Amy Peterson Hallmark Channel television movie
2016 Dater's Handbook Cassandra Brand Hallmark Channel television movie

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2005 A Lot like Love Passenger on plane
2010 Get Him to the Greek Tatiana Uncredited
2010 Remember Me Megan
2011 Horrible Bosses Jamie
2015 Anti-Social Kirsten

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