Meghan Markle was best known for playing paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane on Suits, but she had another exciting role before she became an actress.
Meghan Markle once interned at the US embassy in Argentina for part of her university credits.
The former Suits star could have gone into politics. Speaking to Vogue in an unearthed interview from 2013, Meghan revealed her internship: “It was their economic devaluation and our Secretary of the Treasury at the time, Paul O’Neill, was there.
“So I’m 20 years old, in Buenos Aires, in a motorcade, doing that whole thing. I thought for sure I would still have a career in politics.” She added that working in the embassy “rooted” her performance as Rachel.
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Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in May 2018. She has a son named Archie and a daughter named Lilibeth Diana (born in 2021). Meghan Markle studied at Northwestern University near Chicago. She graduated in 2003, completing a double major in Theatre and International Relations.
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While Markle chose to pursue acting, the TV star continued to support causes close to her heart. She worked as an ambassador for World Vision, as an advocate for the UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, and as an ambassador for One Young World.
After her engagement to Harry, Meghan confirmed that she has given up acting. She also ended her roles with said charities. Without any doubt, it is safe to say that Meghan Markle is a woman of many talents! Meghan Markle has opened up about her past jobs, sharing that she used to be a calligrapher.
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The former Suits star helped make ends meet when she began her career in Hollywood by writing notes and invites. She told Good Housekeeping: “I used to be a calligrapher for marriages and events – that was my side work while I was auditioning.
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