'Meghan Markle' is a verb now — here's what it means

WION Web Team
LONDON Updated: Jun 04, 2020, 11:56 AM(IST)

Meghan Markle Photograph:( AFP )

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Meghan’s name was turned into a verb on Twitter. Users came up with the definition that fully encompassed her split from the royal family, as reported by media.

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle's name has been turned into a verb meaning to "value yourself and mental health" and "leave situations" when it all gets too much.

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Meghan’s name was turned into a verb on Twitter. Users came up with the definition that fully encompassed her split from the royal family, as reported by media.

“Meghan Markle, a verb, past tense: Meghan Markled, to Meghan Markle – to value yourself and mental health enough to up and leave a room/situation/environment in which your authentic self is not welcomed or wanted,” users wrote.

Former DJ and activist Jameela Jamil - who was included in Meghan's 'Forces for Change' issue of British Vogue posted the meaning of the word on Instagram.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is an American former actress, a philanthropist, and a member of the British royal family. Born Rachel Meghan Markle, married Prince Harry at St George's Chapel, Windsor in May 2018.

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