Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, will appear as the editor of a leading fashion magazine, Britain’s Vogue for the September issue, besides displaying her casual conversation with former US First Lady Michelle Obama.
In a statement issued by the royal family, the edition entitled ‘Forces for Change’, will feature 15 well-known female characters with courage in the face of any obstacle, including world famous primatologist Jane Goodall.
The former actress Markle, who became the Duchess of Sussex after marriage with Prince Harry in May 2018, is repeatedly overtaken by family disputes.
Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, exposed the thirty-seven-year-old when he published excerpts of one of her letters to him. The seventy-four-year-old also caused a scandal before the wedding, when he had himself photographed for a fee and canceled the participation in the wedding ceremony.
The Duke and Duchess of the British province of Sussex have recently revealed a new image of their first child, Archie (aged 2 months) on the occasion of his baptism.
Primatology is one of the zoological branches related to the study of primates, which are mammalian groups, including monkeys, forests and humans.
“The seven-month period is a process that gives satisfaction, as it has the opportunity to edit fashion issues during the period that records the highest reader record, as well as focusing on values, goals and prominence in today’s world.
“Through this edition, I hope you can feel the strength of the selected women’s group to decorate the front cover,” said Meghan Markle who is also known as the Duchess of Sussex.
Besides Meghan Markle, other women featured in the edition include the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and actress Jane Fonda and Salma Hayek, as well as teen climate activist Greta Thunberg.