Meghan Markle reveals the 10 women who inspire her

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 16, 2017

E! News reported that Markle just wrote her own inspiring and personal list for Glamour as she unveiled the women who changed her life in many ways. Markle also recalled the time when she had thus poster of Rosie in her room flexing her biceps. At Northwestern, she double majored in theater and worldwide relations, and now, she is involved in the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and is a global ambassador for World Vision.

Markle also paid tribute to other incredible women who have influenced her, including novelist Toni Morrison, women's health entrepreneur Suhani Jalota, singer Joni Mitchell, former USA secretary of state Madeleine Albright, and primatologist Dian Fossey.

I travel so much for work, press, and life that anytime I land back at LAX, Joni Mitchell's "California" plays in my head. It's become this anthem of happiness for me whenever I'm feeling homesick. So much of the way that I approach eating and cooking is because of her. When I was younger, someone once told me, "You kind of look like Julia Roberts in profile".

She was the first person I saw onscreen and thought, That looks like so much fun; I wanna do that. It was the best compliment of all time. For a woman who once said, "I've never wanted to be a lady who lunches, I've always wanted to be a woman who works", that must be quite the blow-after all, building a Hollywood career takes years, even decades, of dedicated and passionate work.

Suhani, whom I met at Glamour's 2016 College Women of the Year awards luncheon awards luncheon, started Myna Mahila Foundation [a network of women who make and sell sanitary products in India]. According to Markle, the first time she read "The Bluest Eye", she immediately admired the author and fell in love with all her writings. Markle enthuses, "My mom's a yoga instructor, but she does social work, as well, and she works specifically with the geriatric community". She creates this world for you that you get to feel a part of. She's got dread locks and a nose ring. We can just have so much fun together, and yet, I'll still find so much solace in her support.

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