Meghan Markle had a secret message on her t-shirt

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A few days ago, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did their first podcast interview with Teenager Therapy, which is hosted by five high school students in California, and which tackles important issues that affect young people.

During the podcast, which was centered around mental health and social media, the Duchess of Sussex spoke of the intense trolling she was subjected to last year.

She said, 'I’m told in 2019 I was the most trolled person in the entire world, male or female. And eight months of that I was invisible—I was on maternity leave with a baby, but what was able to just be manufactured and churned out, it’s almost unsurvivable. That’s so big you can’t even think of what that feels like, because I don’t care if you’re 15 or 25, if people are saying things about you that aren’t true, what that does to your mental and emotional health is so damaging.'

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It wasn't just with her words that Meghan made an impact, as she wore a t-shirt that held a secret message. It featured the initials R.B.G, for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which was poignant as it came just days after the passing of the former associate of the justice Supreme Court.

Both held similar values of equality and justice, and the Duchess released a statement to People shortly after her death.

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She said, 'With an incomparable and indelible legacy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg will forever be known as a woman of brilliance, a Justice of courage, and a human of deep conviction. She has been a true inspiration to me since I was a girl. Honor her, remember her, act for her.'

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Penny Goldstone

Penny Goldstone is the Digital Fashion Editor at Marie Claire, covering everything from catwalk trends to royal fashion and the latest high street and Instagram must-haves.

Penny grew up in France and studied languages and law at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University in Paris before moving to the UK for her MA in multimedia journalism at Bournemouth University. She moved to the UK permanently and has never looked back (though she does go back regularly to stock up on cheese and wine).

Although she's always loved fashion - she used to create scrapbooks of her favourite trends and looks, including Sienna Miller and Kate Moss' boho phase - her first job was at, sourcing the best deals for everything from restaurants to designer sales.

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