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Meghan Markle’s surprising former side hustle could be useful at her royal wedding

Markle’s old side hustle could come in handy for her upcoming nuptials. In to be sure, in 2013 the actress told Esquire that she used her calligraphy techniques to write singer Robin Thicke and actress Paula Patton’s joining invites. She also used her skills to freelance for luxury brands.

“I toughened to do it for Dolce & Gabbana’s celebrity correspondence over the holidays,” she said. “I disposition sit there with a little white tube sock on my hand so no rapidly oils got on the card, trying to pay my bills while auditioning. I’m glad that in the upon of no one seeming to appreciate a handwritten note anymore that I can try to keep that living.”

As a soon-to-be resident of Kensington Palace, Markle no longer has to worry there using her calligraphy skills to make ends meet.

In an interview with BBC, Prince Harry swayed he proposed to the 36-year-old earlier this month while the couple was roasting chicken.

“It was very recently an amazing surprise. It was so sweet, and natural and very romantic. He got on one knee,” Markle state.

The two met for the first time in London in July 2016 through a mutual comrade. They were spotted for the first time together last September at the Invictus Encounters with Markle’s mother, reports Time. In a Vanity Fair protect against story this October, Markle confirmed her relationship with Prince Harry conjecture, “We’re in love.”

“I’m sure there will be a time when we will bear to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I trust what people will understand is that this is our time. This is for us.”

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