Plus, the official portraits from her wedding to Prince Harry.
When their engagement was announced, Prince Harry said he and Meghan Markle make a fantastic team.
“We hope to over time try and have as much impact for all the things we care about as much as possible,” he told BBC reporter Mishal Husain in their first interview together.
And now that the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex are wed, we’re hearing about what form that work will take.
On her new page on the UK royal family’s official website, Markle’s feminism and work with women around the world takes centre stage.
The Duchess’s bio emphasises her focus on social issues and her charity work, citing her volunteer work in soup kitchens, with the United Nations, and with charities like World Vision and One Young World.
And one quote from a 2015 address to the United Nations is positioned in bold: “I am proud to be a woman and a feminist.”
The bio also details her work with the Myna Mahila Foundation, which seeks to help women in the slums of Mumbai by improving their access to menstrual hygiene products.
With a focus on girls’ education and women’s empowerment, the Duchess’s page points clearly to a progressive, active role in the royal family.
The new bio was released alongside the official portraits from the new royal’s May 19 wedding.
Photographed by Alexi Lubomurski in Windsor Castle’s Green Drawing Room, Markle and Prince Harry are joined by her mother, Doria Ragland, along with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and their young bridal party.
Spot Prince George and Princess Charlotte looking very sweet.
A second portrait, showing the new couple with just their bridesmaids and page boys, was also released.
If that isn’t newlywed bliss, we don’t know what is.
Wishing the new couple every happiness.
Images: Kensington Palace