Meghan Markle Still Looks for Discount Coupons When Shopping Online
Meghan Markle is an active advocate for women’s rights and often speaks in public. The Duchess of Sussex took part in The New York Times DealBook, an online summit on how women can achieve economic and professional equality.
To participate in the discussion, Meghan chose to wear black pants, a black top, and classic black high-heeled shoes. On her top, there was a brooch in the shape of a red poppy, which is a symbol of memory of the victims of World War. Such a memorable decoration is often worn by members of the royal family, with whom Meghan, apparently, still associates herself.
The Duchess of Sussex continued her recent discussion about the introduction of paid parental leave in the United States. She recently wrote a letter to the US Congress, in which she asked the Congressmen to consider this issue.
Meghan has already said that from childhood she was used to working. She started her first “business” at the age of eight, Meghan made hair bands.
“I remember when I was really young, I must have been eight or nine, I started making scrunchies to sell,”
“I had my mum take me downtown to get scraps of fabric from the fabric stores and sell them like five for five bucks who knows.”
“I remember the feeling of knowing that I had done something, I had invested in myself and done this labor and been compensated for it. There’s a sense of pride that comes from that, ” she said.
During the conversation, Meghan also admitted that she is still looking for discount coupons when shopping online. This habit was formed in her as a child, and over the years, according to her, its values have not changed.
“I don’t know, but I will never buy anything online without finding an online promo code first. That’s still in there, it’s a modern version of the same thing. ”, the Duchess said.