Meghan heard about Bernstein's story, which has garnered national attention, and reached out to try and speak with her. Michael Johnson, the President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County connected the two women, who had a conversation via phone on Saturday afternoon.
"[Bernstein] and Meghan talked about the importance of self care and allowing herself to heal". I want to stay in touch.
Johnson also noted that Meghan has "agreed to talk with girls in Wisconsin" in the future, and they're working to get that on the calendar.
Earlier this month, Meghan shared a heartfelt message to the graduating class of her former high school where she weighed in on the Black Lives Matter movement and said George Floyd's "life mattered".
She looked and saw four men, all white.
Speaking from her LA home, the former Suits actress said: "I wasn't sure what I could say to you. And I realised the only wrong thing to say is to say nothing". According to a forthcoming royal biography, Meghan Markle's pregnancy "embarrassed" Prince Harry at Princess Eugenie's wedding back in October 2018 because she announced it at the event, effectively "stealing the limelight" from the bride.
The latest news on the Prince harry have caused a stir, after it was captured at an airport near London without Meghan Nor Archie, which led to the assumption that the prince finally made a decision to return to the United Kingdom.
"This is something that is incredibly personal to Meghan, especially given everything she has experienced". They are both feeling it, just like the rest of us.
A source said: "They are holding calls with community leaders and organisations but are doing that privately as they continue to see how they can play a role".
A royal author has claimed Prince Charles "foresaw considerable problems" when Meghan Markle first joined the royal family.