Meghan Markle is officially a royal.
The newly anointed Duchess of Sussex has a new bio up on the Royal Family website – and it barely mentions her 15-year acting career, focusing instead on her charity and activism work.
The profile for the 36-year-old was put up on Saturday’s royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle., which is run by Buckingham Palace, after
It details her interest in feminism, which started when she was 11 and successfully campaigned to change a Procter & Gamble TV ad for Ivory dish soap that used sexist language. It also mentions that she volunteered in a soup kitchen on Skid Row in her native Los Angeles between the ages of 13 and 17.
But you have to click the second “Biography” page to read up on her work on “Suits” – a show she was on for seven years, filming 100 episodes until she gave up her role to marry Prince Harry.
Markle’s first-ever role was in 2002 as a nurse on “General Hospital,” she made a brief stint as a “briefcase girl” on the game show “Deal or no Deal” before appearing on the TV show “Fringe.” She has also acted in eight films.
The newly-minted royal will now turn her attention to charity work and supporting the Queen.
She’s already been quite involved with organizations worldwide.
In 2015, she was named the UN Women’s Advocate for Political Participation and Leadership, and as a global ambassador for World Vision she visited Rwanda on a clean water campaign in 2016.
She also worked with the Myna Mahila Foundation in India, which empowers women by giving them employment opportunities and access to basic necessities like menstrual products.
The newlyweds asked guests to donate to that charity instead of giving
Another welcoming sign: the Kensington Palace Twitter account updated its profile picture to an image of Prince Harry and his new bride sitting on a panel with Prince William and Kate Middleton.