«I was obsessed with Andie MacDowell in Four weddings and a funeral and her perfect curly bob. So I asked my mom to go to the hairdresser to cut her hair like hers. The first day they were beautiful. They really remembered Andie MacDowell’s cut he had in the movie. But then no one had remembered to tell me that with mine ethnic hair I could never have had Andie MacDowell’s hair. And so when I got back to school they told me I looked like Krusty the Clown of the Simpsons».
He laughs about it, Meghan Markle, directly from the sofa of The Ellen DeGeneres show, while, with irony, he remembers his own hair disasters when he was ten to eleven years old. An episode nicely evoked by a self-portrait, made at the time of the school by the Duchess herself, in which Meghan portrays herself with that short cut of the protagonist of the film together with freckles in sight.
Those same freckles that Harry’s wife, even in later years, both on set and in the spotlight, never wanted to hide. “A face without freckles is like a night without stars” he declares during the meeting with Ellen, while, under the self-portrait made as a child, we read: “Some people think that freckles are strange, but I disagree because if if I didn’t have freckles, I wouldn’t really be myself. ‘
A belief, that of Meg, far from having been matured in adulthood. The appreciation of her physical characteristics and distinctive traits is something that concerns her since she was a child. And her little girl drawing proves it. Together with strong artist skills.
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