Meghan Markle is a bi-racial model and actress, most well-known for her role as Rachel Zane on Suits. Markle is also a humanitarian.
A graduate of Northwestern University, she double majored in Theater and International Relations. In between acting, Meghan worked at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires in 2002. Her interest, love and desire to make a difference in the world of politics and humanitarian issues. From attending conferences in Washington, DC with the UN Foundation to discuss gender equality on a global level, Meghan utilizes her platform to further advance the eradication of global issues. Most recently, she just returned from a trip to Rwanda with World Vision, a humanitarian organization that focuses on children and communities around the world.
Meghan does philanthropy…in style. She managed to look effortlessly cute and stylish the entire trip, while not bringing too much LA glitz and glam to the impoverished area of Rwanda. She stuck to “earth colors” – vibing in neutral tones with an hombre trend to meet the local children.
In order to keep up with the kids, she wore flats…allowing her to dance joyously with them.
Rocking mainly maxi dresses, her style was undemanding, allowing her to focus on the humanitarian work with One Vision.
Smart, sexy, and saving the world? Move over, Angelina Jolie, this renaissance woman is leading the pack for a new type of Hollywood!
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Good Works and Good Looks: Meghan Markle Gives Us Humanitarian Glam In Rwanda was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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