British Vogue readers share snaps of Meghan Markle's September issue

Saturday, 03 Aug, 2019

The issue features a "candid conversation" between Meghan and former US first lady Michelle Obama and an interview by her husband Harry with veteran primatologist Jane Goodall in which he discusses the "unconscious bias" of racism.

Meghan's cover, in contrast, features a diverse range of 15 groundbreaking women including New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg. The royal's godmother Sophie Snuggs just had her first child, and chose "Charlotte" as the baby girl's middle name.

Skincare expert Sarah Chapman, high-end breathing retreats and some of her favourite ethical designers all get a shout out within the glossy pages. It helps that Prince Harry is behind her a hundred percent.

"She explained her passion for women and what's happening now". May featured mental health organizations, June was focused on Pride and July highlighted environmental causes. "She put her heart and soul into it and as much as she does wish everyone understood what she was trying to do she's well aware that you can never please everyone, that's simply a fact of life". Her issue of British Vogue was released, and she announced a new capsule collection in support of Smart Works, one of her patronages, and the United Kingdom tabloids have been finding new ways to drag her every single day.

She said: "I couldn't talk about it and I didn't". All of the accounts will stay up on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Instagram for the rest of August. She worked incredibly hard and it was all done very secretively so it's exciting to finally have it out in the world.

She continues displays of the same behavior in the face of criticism. This initiative is supported by four generous brands who share the vision to empower the women of Smart Works to look and feel as they bravely venture in to what can often be a daunting environment for those who have been out of the job market.

While some were thrilled to "technically" land a cover of British Vogue, other photos shared online show the mirror produced dubious results.