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Thursday, January 10, 2019
Meghan Markle has taken over 2 royal jobs from the Queen, and they show her love of acting and learning
Meghan Markle has taken over two royal patronages from the Queen, and they reflect her past as an actress, and her enthusiasm for education.
She has taken on the the roles of Royal Patron to the National Theatre, and The Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Markle shot to fame on USA Network's "Suits" and volunteered at a performing arts school for children in Los Angeles.
She is also a strong supporter of universal education, especially for women and children in developing nations.
Meghan Markle has taken over two royal positions from the Queen, and the positions reflect her success as an actress and her commitment to education for all.
On Thursday, Markle was announced as the new Royal Patron of the National Theatre and of the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The Queen has held the roles since 1974 and 1986 respectively. She handed over responsibility as part of a gradual wind down of her royal duties as her continues into her 90s.
During her royal tour to Fiji, New Zealand, and Tonga in October Markle spoke passionately about giving everyone an education, especially women, and was a successful TV actress on USA Network's "Suits" before marrying Prince Harry.