Before marrying Prince Harry, Meghan Markle had an impressive acting career with a main role on legal drama Suits, which she juggled with her lifestyle blog, The Tig.
And since stepping down as a senior royal last year, she's gone back to holding various roles after she and Harry signed several multi-million dollar business deals.
In fact, just this week, it was revealed that the couple were entering the world of finance and becoming "impact partners" and investors of a sustainable investment firm called Ethic.
And previously, in 2015, Meghan offered her advice to women wanting to get ahead in the workplace and her biggest tips for becoming a "girl boss".
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She told InStyle magazine: "I think the biggest part of being a girl boss in the office, at home, or anywhere you go is just knowing your value
"As you get older, you become more comfortable in your skin and comfortable in saying 'no' to things. Rachel is an example of that on television, and as The Tig has grown as a brand, I’ve also learned that saying 'no' is just as valuable as saying 'yes.'
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"It’s something that, I think, comes with age and really having a sense of your self-worth. And then you make choices based on that."
In the same interview, Meghan also gave her workplace fashion tips saying you should have a "power piece" in your wardrobe.
She also advised staying out of office drama, explaining: "I think in life and in the office, it’s best to stay out of the drama. You’ll be endlessly happier for it."
Harry and Meghan have signed a string of business deals since stepping down as senior royals and leaving the UK to head to California.
One is with Netflix, which they will work with to create "content that informs but also gives hope".
It is unknown exactly how much the deal is worth but it has been reported it could be worth $112 million.
The couple has also signed a deal with Spotify, said to be worth £30million to produce podcasts that promote “diverse and inspiring voices” under the couple's brand Archewell Audio.
Meanwhile, last year, Meghan enlisted the help of her billionaire chat show friend Oprah Winfrey to help sell a vegan brand of coffee she had invested in.
The Duchess backed the firm Clevr Blends – a start-up that makes instant oat-milk lattes – as she reportedly “begins to build a portfolio of startup investments”. However, the value of the deal is unknown.Read More Read More