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Although Old Hollywood legends and royal princesses alike may have been revered for their enviable style and penchant for luxury, they also grappled with troubled upbringings and tumultuous relationships throughout their lifetimes. Delving past the curtain of glamorous celebrity, Secret Moments is a series humanizing the icons of yesterday.
When Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in 2018, she made waves as the first Duchess of Sussex and first woman of color in the British royal family. However, before her marriage to Prince Harry, the birth of baby Archie, and the tabloids surrounding her personal life, her role as Rachel in Suits made her an influential actress. Beyond her career, she graduated from Northwestern University, interned at the U.S. Embassy in Argentina, and has continuously advocated for women's rights. The American-born royal has been a feminist leader and is highly regarded around the world for her elegant style, ambition, and philanthropic work. On the Duchess’ birthday, CR takes a look at some of the Markle's most personal moments that have made her the significant woman she is today.
John: This Judge was appointed by Bush Jr: On July 31, 2008, Judge Bates ruled in a dispute between the Administrative and Legislative branches, that President George W. Bush's advisers, chief of staff Josh Bolten and former legal counsel Harriet Miers, are not immune from congressional subpoenas to testify about the firing of nine U.S. attorneys and turn over all related, non-privileged documents. Yet the law and order party, that would be the PAB party, continues to not follow the rule of law. May the Lord help them.