Meghan misunderstood
—Smith, Sean, 1955- author.
Book
2020
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Meghan was eleven when she first advocated for women's rights; a teenager when she worked in a soup kitchen feeding the homeless; a popular actress when she campaigned for clean water in Africa and passionately championed gender equality in a speech to a United Nations Women's Conference. Even before she met Prince Harry, hers was an extraordinarily accomplished life. Meghan's wedding to Harry was a joyful occasion, marking happiness at last for the Queen's grandson who had captured our hearts twenty years earlier when he bravely walked behind his mother Diana's coffin. Theirs was a story that the screenwriters of Hollywood, where Meghan had made her name, could scarcely have imagined. Sean Smith reveals the remarkable and powerful story of this self-made, intelligent American woman with a strong social conscience who has made such an impact on our lives.

Item Details
Subjects:
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, 1981-
Princesses -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Television actors and actresses -- United States -- Biography.
Women philanthropists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Genre:
Biographies.
ISBN:
9780008359591
9780008359577
0008359571
Description:
328 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : colour illustrations ; 25 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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