This is What ‘To Meghan Markle’ Means
Prior to dating Prince Harry and eventually marrying him in 2018 — Meghan, Duchess of Sussex was a moderately-known actress. Following her breakout role on the hit drama series, Suits — Markle gained a modest following for her acting, personal blog — The Tig, and her activism.
After marrying into the British royal family, Markle gave up her life and career as she knew it. However, she continued to advocate for women, education, animal rights, climate control, and mental health issues. Despite putting her best foot forward — the British press and public refused to give the Los Angeles native a break.
With two years of living with bullying and harassment– Markle and Harry, Duke of Sussex decided to do something drastic. They resigned from their positions in the British royal family and the verb, “to Meghan Markle” was born.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle felt they had no other choice but to resign
Though the Sussexes Jan. 8 resignation seemingly came out of nowhere, it was after months of intense thought and conversation. Ultimately, it was the duke who decided to pull the pin out of the grenade. He’d watch the British press literally destroy his mother, the late Princess Diana, and he was unwilling to take any chances when it came to protecting Markle and their son, Archie.
“The decision that I have made for my wife and I to step back is not one I made lightly,” he said in a speech during a reception for his charity, Sentebale. “It was so many months of talks after so many years of challenges. And I know I haven’t always got it right, but as far as this goes, there really was no other option.”
Despite the fact that they’d been nearly run out of town — the Sussexes resignation was still met with fury.
Inside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry non-royal life
Now that they are no longer working members of the royal family — the Sussexes have fled to Canada where they are carving out a new peaceful and financially independent life for themselves.
An insider told US Weekly, that “[Prince Harry] is really excited about the next chapter in their lives.” For her part, Markle is blissfully happy to be away from the insanity of royal life. “She doesn’t come from millions,” the source revealed. She’s worked hard to get to where she is today. Meghan loves the idea of being the breadwinner. She has no plans to do another show like Suits, but Harry’s been encouraging her to do more voice-over work, writing, producing and directing in her free time.”
This is what it means “to Meghan Markle’
Only real icons get verbs named after them, which is exactly what the duchess is. “To Meghan Markle” means,
Meghan Markle, a verb, past tense – Meghan Markled: to value yourself and your mental health enough to up and leave a room/ situation/ environment in which your authentic self is not welcomed or wanted
Mostly it just means to protect your peace and live your best life no matter what.