With the whole world watching, it would be understandable if the-then future Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, would be feeling a little nervous ahead of her royal wedding.
But it appears Meghan Markle found a clever way to control her nerves and feel more confident on her wedding day.
The Duchess has some top confidence-building tips which she shared with representatives of Smart Works, a charity she used to be a patron of. Interview coach Marina Novis told The Royal UK! that Meghan had shared some confidence-boosting tips during an interview coaching session when she first visited the charity back in March 2018.
Speaking to The Royal UK’s royal correspondent, Marina explained: “It’s funny, she said a few years ago, someone was talking about confidence and we asked, ‘how do you manage with confidence when you’re feeling shy?’ And she said, ‘I’m about to take my big role, happening now. The most important thing is to breathe and to just have that inner confidence.
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That’s the most important thing.’ We all had a bit of a giggle about it.”
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Marina also revealed what qualities Meghan has that will make her such a great human. “She has done so much research and humanitarian work. That’s what I’m so impressed by. It’s not some honorary thing, she really cares,” she said. “She’s amazing at talking with everyone because she really listens and asks very pertinent questions.”
She also offered her own advice for dressing for a job interview. Meghan Markle has a piece of simple advice for women: ‘Confidence is the best accessory you can wear.
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“It’s the confidence, it’s what is built within, that is the piece that you walk out of that room with and walk into the interview with that will take you to the next level of success,” she added.
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