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Meghan Markle heartbreak: The hidden meaning behind the Duchess’ name revealed

Twitter user @_RyanJesse came up with the term: “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.” Last year the Duchess of Sussex revealed how her mental health was suffering due to being constantly in the media spotlight in a frank interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby. After a six-week-break from royal duties, Meghan and Harry then shocked the world with their announcement in January to step down from their roles as senior royals.

Harry would later tell an audience at the UK-Africa Summit in London that the decision had been taken to protect his family.

The new verb can be used in a variety of useful scenarios, according to a helpful guide published by The Guardian.

The verb can be used in the context of relationships, where it means “to dump” an unworthy lover for the sake of your sanity.

The guide suggests saying something like: “I totally Meghan Markled my ex last night and never returned his texts.”

Or, at the office you could say: “I’m considering Meghan Markling: they haven’t given me a raise in two years, and I’d have better options working as an Instagram influencer than staying in this loveless work marriage.”

Though the new definition of Meghan Markling is mostly positive, her name has been turned into a verb with negative connotations in the past.

Urban Dictionary lists “Meghan Markle” as a way to describe the process of ditching all your friends when you get famous.

One example they give is: “Do not Meghan Markle me when your movie comes out!”

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Meanwhile, Meghan has told Prince Harry to get back to the gym and to shape up, as she plans to dazzle her Hollywood friends, according to bizarre claims.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are intending to spend part of their summer in Los Angeles, visiting Hollywood’s glamorous stars.

And one source shockingly claimed Meghan is determined for the couple to make a good impression on her A-Lister acquaintances and has ordered her husband to loose the extra pounds he has put on.

A source close to the royal couple told celebrity gossip website Radar: “He’s gained a few pounds lately, especially around the face, and Meg’s ordered him to sort it out.

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“That means getting back to the gym, cutting back on carbs and teaming up with a trainer every other day at the very least.”

Meghan is also planning to give Harry’s wardrobe a makeover so he fits in with Hollywood’s elite, according to the unfounded claims.

The source brazenly said: “She wants them to look like a million dollars when they show up to dinner with the likes of George and Amal, so he’ll need to work on his style too and make his wardrobe less stuffy.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have already put together an elite Hollywood team to pursue commercial deals to help fund their new life away from he Royal Family.

According to the Mirror, a key member of the team is Nick Collins of The Gersh Agency.

Mr Collins acts as the agent for Tobey Maguire of Spider-Man fame, as well as Jamie Fox, and is now responsible for handling profitable film, TV and philanthropic offers for Meghan and Harry.

Other members of the crack team include Meghan’s former Beverly Hills business manager Andrew Meyer and Hollywood lawyer Rick Genow.

The team are exploring the possibility of working with Netflix, after the company’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, said the online streaming company would welcome a deal with the royals.

In addition, Meghan and Harry will discuss how to promote causes close to their hearts, including the environment and the fight against HIV and AIDS.

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