This 2015 Article Shows Just How Much Meghan Markle's Life Has Changed

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On Tuesday evening, Prince Harry attended a special carol service at St. Luke's Church as it was a fundraising event for the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Trust.

One year ago, Pollia was surprised to learn that Markle, by then a successful television actress and United Nations advocate for women, had credited a conversation the two shared while she was a student for inspiring her to help others.

She reveals how she was often told she was either "too pretty or not pretty enough, or too slim or not slim enough" when auditioning for roles.

Markle's encounter with Webster also served as her wakeup call.

Meanwhile, the palace tells ET that Markle intends to travel for the next couple of months, visiting her family and friends before she settles into her new life at Kensington Palace.

And as The Daily Beast points out, during Markle and Harry's first sit-down interview, she definitely down-played her celebrity, saying: "There's a misconception that, because I worked in the entertainment industry, that this is something I would be familiar with".


"My gut reaction was to smile".

Even after her divorce, Misha Nonoo has always kept his many connections among the royal. "I can write to the girl I was 10 years ago and for the woman I strive to be in another 10".

'Never would I have imagined that this show would not just change my career, but also change my life - that on my journey of trying to get what I wanted, of trying to see my dream come to fruition, I would learn who I am, ' she added.

Markle was born in Los Angeles and had been trying to crack her way into professional acting from her mid-teens, but did not start getting regular TV work for almost a decade. Pictured: Markle visits Nottingham Contemporary on December 1, 2017 in Nottingham, England.

The romantics of the world are having a good week, as the news has broken of the engagement of Prince Harry and actress, Meghan Markle.

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