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Meghan Markle reveals if she is still looking at Twitter, hopes her royal baby will be a feminist

Meghan Markle opens up whether or not she controls social media. On Friday, the Duchess of Sussex spoke to an International Women's Day Panel at King's College London where she was asked if she went on Twitter. 19659003] WHY MEGHAN MARKET'S BEST FRIEND JESSICA MULRONEY WILL NOT TALK ABOUT THE HOUSE OF SUSSEX "My personal decision is not to feed negativity and be more caused, action-based. For me, it's a tricky, because I'm not involved in anything of it, "Markle – who deleted all his personal accounts when she became engaged to Prince Harry – pronounced, by People magazine. "I do not look at it. Unfortunately, no," the former "Suits" actress added. "For me it is my personal preference. But I read The Economist." Markle, 37, continued to tell panel moderator Anne McElvoy, editor of The Economist, how she is looking for "journalism that really covers things coming "We talked about Tanzania and the article The Economist did exactly," she continued. "Things that really talk about how the woman's role really changes and changes. It is important. Focus your energy there and not on the things that might disturb you. " CLICK HERE TO FOX NEWS APP MEGHAN MARKET SELL ITS PLANS TO RETURN CHILDREN WITH FLIGHT CHANGE TO GENDER : REPORT During the International Women's Day event, Markle also talked about feminism and shares it if she and Prince Harry's joyful bundle are a boy or girl hoping the royal couple get a feminist. "I actually have jokes in…

Meghan Markle opens up whether or not she controls social media.

On Friday, the Duchess of Sussex spoke to an International Women’s Day Panel at King’s College London where she was asked if she went on Twitter. 19659003] WHY MEGHAN MARKET’S BEST FRIEND JESSICA MULRONEY WILL NOT TALK ABOUT THE HOUSE OF SUSSEX

“My personal decision is not to feed negativity and be more caused, action-based. For me, it’s a tricky, because I’m not involved in anything of it, “Markle – who deleted all his personal accounts when she became engaged to Prince Harry – pronounced, by People magazine.

“I do not look at it. Unfortunately, no,” the former “Suits” actress added. “For me it is my personal preference. But I read The Economist.”

Markle, 37, continued to tell panel moderator Anne McElvoy, editor of The Economist, how she is looking for “journalism that really covers things coming “We talked about Tanzania and the article The Economist did exactly,” she continued. “Things that really talk about how the woman’s role really changes and changes. It is important. Focus your energy there and not on the things that might disturb you. “

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During the International Women’s Day event, Markle also talked about feminism and shares it if she and Prince Harry’s joyful bundle are a boy or girl hoping the royal couple get a feminist.

“I actually have jokes in recent weeks, I had seen this documentary on Netflix about feminism and one of the things they said during pregnancy is “I know the feminist embryonic kick,” she said, according to Us Weekly. “I loved it, so boy or girl, or anything, we hope it is so. “

Markle added that Prince Harry shares his views on equality and equality

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