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The Duchess of Sussex joined British Vogue publications ‘Forces for Change’

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle joined British Vogue September edition as the publication editor. Instead of appearing on the magazine’s cover she has chosen 15 inspiring women from all over the state of different industries and they will be the cover stars, mentioned Edward Enniful editor for the publications.

According to news, Meghan chooses these ladies to spotlight on their efforts and how they are bringing changes across the world in numerous ways. Meghan brought the idea of ‘Forces for Change’ so the reader feels inspired as myself is. It’s not the first time a royal has been involved in magazine publishing but it’s the first time anyone has ever guest-edited the admired September issue of Vogue. Prince Charles joined forces with Country Life to help guest edit their November issue 2018, while the Duchess of Cambridge co-edited the Huffington Post in 2016.
Vogue has described these 15 women as the ‘Brilliant Changemakers’ of the century because their efforts are re-moulding society. Meghan announced this through her Instagram account. British Vogue also posted the cover on their official account.

@britishvogue Forces for Change by Meghan Markle

These 15-women are part of the ‘Forces for Change’ :

Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand:

Photo by Scott Barbour

Greta Thunberg, teenage climate activist:

Photo by Simona Granati – Corbis

Jane Fonda, actor and activist

Photo by John Russo

Laverne Cox, LGBTQIA+ advocate, actor and producer

Photo by Nicholas Hunt

Adwoa Aboah, mental health campaigner and model

Photo by David M. Benett

Adut Akech, former refugee and model

Photo by John Lamparski

Ramla Ali, former refugee and boxer

Photo by Gareth Cattermole

Sinead Burke, diversity advocate and lecturer

Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto

Gemma Chan, campaigner and actor

Photo by Theo Wargo

Salma Hayek Pinault, women’s rights advocate, actor and producer

Photo by Anthony Ghnassia

Francesca Hayward, Royal Ballet principal dancer and actress

Photo by Robbie Jack

Jameela Jamil, body positivity activist and actor

Photo by Chris Haston

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author

Photo by Pascal Le Segretain

Yara Shahidi, youth voting activist and actor

Photo by Aaron Richter

Christy Turlington Burns, maternal health advocate and model

Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/

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