10  Lesser Known Facts About Meghan Markle

Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, is one of the most interesting royal family members. 

She’s American and a former actress raised in Los Angeles—just a tad different from the rest of the royal family tree.

But here are some other interesting facts that you may need to know about heartwarming Meghan. 

Graduated from Northwestern with a degree in theater and international relations; in an interview with Marie Claire, Meghan said, “I applied for an internship at the U.S. Embassy, so I ended up working in the [U.S.] embassy in Buenos Aires for a few months".

A degree in international relations

The Duchess told Esquire, "I did calligraphy for invitations, [such as] Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s wedding," Also, for Dolce & Gabbana, she has exceptionally great handwriting skills.

She has excellent handwriting

Meghan grew up in Los Angeles and spent her early years on the set of "Married...with Children," where her father worked as a lighting director. 

She grew up on a television set

The mother of two is a big-time Foodie; she told Marie Claire," I love to cook…I’m always on the quest to find amazing new recipes,” 

She’s a foodie

She named her lifestyle blog, "The Tig," after a wine called Tignanello that inspired her to discover her own personal taste," she told Allure. 

She named her blog after a wine

She met Beyoncé at the Lion King premiere in London, where the latter referred to her as "my princess." The royal couple, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z had a friendly conversation about parenting.

She bonded with Beyoncé

She is a long-time animal lover; adopted two rescue dogs and chose animal welfare as one of her official charities. Prince Harry also mentioned that the "Queen's dogs took to her immediately, with just wagging tails" 

She loves animals

For her second birthday as a royal, Meghan celebrated with a carrot cake made by London's Luminary Bakery. 

She loves carrot cake

In an interview with Good Housekeeping, the Duchess said, “there is nothing as delicious or as impressive as a perfectly roasted chicken,” it’s a game-changer.”

She even made “engagement chicken”