This month, August, American women will celebrate the centennial of women’s right to vote. Meghan Markle is among the 100 high-profile women who are vocal about their choice of voting in the much-awaited November 2020 elections.

The Duchess of Sussex has always been vocal about equal rights and women empowerment. It is therefore not surprising that she vows to cast her vote come November. Although not as vocal as she used to be before marrying Prince Harry, Meghan is still actively involved in America’s political affairs and urges others to take the same stand in exercising their human right to vote. Quoted by Marie Claire, she said “I know what it’s like to have a voice, and also what it’s like to feel voiceless,”

She put much emphasis on anyone thinking their ‘one vote’ doesn’t matter. Markle references a famous New Zealand’s suffragist Movement leader, Kate Sheppard, in one of her famous quotes, “Do not think your single vote does not matter much. The rain that refreshes the parched ground is made up of single drops. That is why I vote.”

In other news, Megan Markle, 39, and her famous husband, Prince Harry, 35, are making a buzz again after the book Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan, and the Making of a Modern Royal Family. This much-publicized book by Omide Scobie Harper’s Bazzar royal editor and Elle Magazine’s correspondent Carolyn Durand gives us all the juice we’ve been dying to know. It touches on the couple’s relationship with themselves, the Royal Family, British media, and the public.

However, news going around is that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made no contribution whatsoever to the book’s writing. As much as the couple extremely values their privacy, we’re not completely convinced that all the information could come from outside sources. We do know the former Duchess is not entirely in good terms with the family, especially dad, Thomas Markle, but we doubt they could have so much information on her.

The book’s sole mission is to portray Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who is such a sweet couple but often portrayed otherwise.

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