Meghan Markle shows off her ‘perfectionist’ handwriting in an unseen thank you note written to a bakery – The Sun

MEGHAN Markle has sent a sweet personalised thank you gift to the contributors of her British Vogue issue.

The team at Luminary Bakery – who help vulnerable women – received a leather-bound notepad and a handwritten note from the Duchess of Sussex, 37.

The letter, written in Meghan’s beautiful calligraphy, thanked the London-based social enterprise for the valuable work they do.

The note read: “When I knew I would be secretly guest editing the September issue of British Vogue, including Luminary Bakery was a non-negotiable.

“The work you do, what you represent to the community, the spirit of the women there- you all embody what it means to be ‘forces for change’.

“Thank you for being a part of this special project.”

MEGHAN MARKLE'S NOTE TO THE LUMINARY BAKERY

"When I knew I would be secretly guest editing the September issue of British Vogue, including Luminary Bakery was a non-negotiable.

“The work you do, what you represent to the community, the spirit of the women there- you all embody what it means to be ‘forces for change’.

“Thank you for being a part of this special project.”

The black notebook had the text “Forces For Change” on the front, which was the theme of Meghan’s September issue that she guest-edited.

When she was trying to break into the world of acting in Hollywood in the early 2000s, Meghan worked as a calligrapher and has shown off her pristine handwriting before.

Handwriting expert Tracey Trussell previously told the Sun Online that the Duchess of Sussex's "stylised writing" reveals that "she has a perfectionist streak and desire for beauty and the nice things in life."

She said her writing “has clockwork regularity, and the rhythm is stilted and contrived, which shows how much self-discipline Meghan exerts to keep her emotions and actions under control, so she doesn't do or say the wrong thing.

"Her emotional barometer, seen in the handwriting slant, is set to the right, which means that emotional responsiveness is high. Meghan wants to be friendly and cooperative…she wants to communicate and express herself.

"Also, the spacing of the words is tellingly quite wide and irregular, which also tells us that she gave great thought and consideration to the content of what she's saying.”

Tracey also touched on Meghan's romantic nature and said that her scrawl is indicative of a "romantic, passionate and devoted woman."

Meanwhile, Meghan's upward endstrokes reveal that "she wants to do good deeds in life" and that "she's determined in the way she goes about achieving her far-reaching ambitions".

The Luminary Bakery is an all-female team who help women who are victims of sex trafficking, violence, who have been to prison or are finding it hard to get back into work.

Since they launched in 2014, they have helped 56 women get back on their feet.

The bakery was one of the many good causes highlighted in Meghan’s Vogue issue, which is available from today.

The Luminary Bakery shared their excitement at being included in the magazine.

They uploaded a photo of the front cover, with the caption: “What an honour! We are so excited to share that Luminary is being featured in the September 2019 issue of @BritishVogue, guest-edited by HRH The Duchess of Sussex @SussexRoyal!

“The Duchess personally requested Luminary to be featured and sent us a gorgeous handwritten note to thank us for being #ForcesForChange.

“We are so grateful to The Duchess of Sussex, Edward Enninful and @ellie_pithers for including us in this historic issue of such an esteemed magazine.”

Meghan Markle’s Vogue issue was slammed as ‘virtue-signalling’ by writer who was banned from taking photos of the duchess at Wimbledon.

And Meghan is the oldest of the Fab Four and "should be mature enough to patch up any rifts", says another royal expert.

 

 

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