Wednesday , June 16 2021

The incredible journey of Megane Markle in Malta shows that she has always been able to be king



2015 year before he met his wife Prince Harry, the then actress Meghan Markle visited Malta to explore her family roots.

On Wednesday, photos of a former Duchess of Sussex on her journey to the European Archipelago were published in public.

The images depict Meghan in traditional frontal forms, including the Maltese ghonnell, moving on the cobbled streets and showing her chic style and signature signature.

Megan's pra-pra-baba, Mary Bird, was born in Malta in 1862.

"When they asked to go to Malta not only to discover the beautiful island, but also the country from which my prabab was greeted, I said that without hesitation," Meghan wrote on her now closed blog The Tig.

See more photos from Meghan's visit to Malta below.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan wears a Maltese gin.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan moves along the streets.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan goes down the street.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan admired for dinner.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan talks to the local population.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

The Maltese do not make fun of the door.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

… or pages from the home furniture catalog?

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan appears with a friend.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan sits and takes notice.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan goes on the road.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan admired architecture.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan makes an unusual look.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan tries to make a traditional head.

Meghan Markle, 2015

Kurt Arrigo / MEGA

Meghan smiled blazily.

On his journey, Meghan visited the northern island of Gozo and the capital of Valletta, as well as the city of Mina and the village of Dingli on the southern island.

"It's Malta!" she wrote. "The magnificent gem of an island in the Mediterranean between Sicily, Tunisia and Libya, a dreamer for someone who loves culture and history set on the backdrop of ever so beautiful seas, and besides the wealth of history, food and wine scenes of Malta you write about home."


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