Meghan Markle, 40, could be set to relaunch her lifestyle blog The Tig which she shut down when joining the Royal Family. The Mail on Sunday reported that the Duchess of Sussex’s lawyers has filed an application to trademark The Tig. Royal commentator Zoe Forsey looked back on a 2016 blog post from Meghan in an analysis of what she could write about in the future.
Speaking to Pod Save the Queen, Ms Forsey said: “I actually went back and looked at some of the stuff that Meghan used to blog about to see if it does come back, what we might have in store.
“She posted her New Year’s resolutions on there.
“She said that every year she was going to take up running, give up the unladylike habits which were swearing and biting her nails so, insight there.
“She also spoke about how her day-to-day life and about how she juggled being famous with the day job of being an actress and also giving back.”
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Meghan and Prince Harry’s social media was so successful that a royal editor has claimed Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William adopted one of their strategies.
The Daily Mail’s Royal Editor Rebecca English pointed out that the Cambridges hired the Sussexes social media guru in the Channel 5 documentary Kate: Our Queen in Waiting.
Narrator is David Riley said: “In 2021, Kate and William launched their own YouTube channel.”
Royal expert Katie Nicholl said: “It’s a very deliberate move to connect with a very different audience, a younger generation who will in fact be their subjects.”
Ms English added: “It was straight out of Harry and Meghan’s social media playbook and what’s been quite interesting is she hired Meghan and Harry’s social media guru and I think you can really see the difference he has made.”
It comes as the Duchess of Cambridge has taken over the Duke of Sussex’s former roles as patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the Rugby Football League (RFL).
Kate was given the royal patronages by the Queen and Kensington Palace said the high-profile sporting appointments “closely align with Her Royal Highness’ long-standing passion for sport and the lifelong benefits it can provide”.
It makes the duchess the first member of the royal family to officially receive one of the Sussexes’ past patronages and the confirmation comes ahead of the start of the Guinness Six Nations tournament this weekend.
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In a new video released by Kensington Palace to mark her new patronages, Kate can be seen passing a rugby ball to players.
The duchess said she was “thrilled” to take on the roles in a personal message accompanying the clip on social media.
The video shows her in workout gear and throwing a rugby ball off-screen.
In the next frame, the ball lands in the hands of Thea Northcott, a rugby union community game player, who passes it on to Harry Newman from the England rugby league men’s team.
The caption on Twitter reads: “I am so thrilled to become patron of the TheRFL and EnglandRugby.