Things have finally come full circle for Meghan Markle, the founder and editor of the now-defunct lifestyle website The Tig. It’s been a little more than two years since Meghan shut down her site (RIP) to be more involved in her royal duties, but it looks like she’s ready to jump back into the editorial world.
Apparently, Meghan will guest-edit the 2019 September issue of British Vogue, which is a big f*cking deal, mmmkay? If magazine issues were school cafeteria tables in Mean Girls, the September issue would be like The Plastics. It’s typically the biggest issue of the year, sets the tone for fashion trends for fall and winter, and it takes a lot of time and effort to perfect. So the fact that Meghan was entrusted to do it justice is nothing to sneeze at.
According to an Us Weekly source, Meghan won’t just edit the magazine—she’ll also write an opinion piece, which one can only hope is about all those Kate Middleton feud rumors or Donald Trump and the upcoming election because we all know she has some opinions!
She’ll also reportedly be “bringing a selection of female change-makers on board to write their own personal essays,” so that’s definitely something to look forward to. (Fingers crossed for Priyanka Chopra and Serena Williams op-eds.)
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And finally, Meghan will appear in the magazine in “new photos that haven’t been taken yet.” These photos will reportedly be taken at Frogmore Cottage next week, so there’s a slight chance Prince Harry and Archie will be involved.
Can’t wait to see if Meghan will be a Miranda Priestly type of editor who signs her editor’s letter with “everybody wants to be us.”