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Meghan Markle’s lifestyle blog The Tig set to make sensational comeback



Meghan’s passion project

All that currently remains of The Tig is a heartbreaking message from Meghan Markle to her beloved fans. Before she entered into the Royal Family, the Duchess of Sussex ran a popular lifestyle blog, posting her favourite recipes, fun photos and her inner-most thoughts. Meghan’s passion project, named after favourite wine Tignanello, transformed into a large community of like-minded people who read her thoughts on feminism, travel, the arts, design and wellness.

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Meghan’s relatable posts

In some of her most memorable posts, Meghan opened up about her younger years before she shot to international fame – and in another she made a confession about struggling to give up “unladylike habits”. In a twist of fate, Meghan also blogged about the Prince and Princess of Wales’ wedding, writing about “the pomp” surrounding William and Kate’s big day – seven years before her own royal wedding.

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A tear-jerking farewell

However, it all came to an upsetting end in 2017 just before Meghan committed her life to Harry. Meghan left a tear-jerking final post, which is the only one currently remaining on the site, titled “Farewell, Darling”. She addressed “all my Tig friends” and wrote “Keep finding those Tig moments of discovery, keep laughing and taking risks, and keep being ‘the change you wish to see in the world.’

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Reasons for ending The Tig

So why did Meghan decide to shut down her successful blog? The former Suits actress reportedly deleted The Tig to minimize the level of media scrutiny ahead of her wedding to Harry in 2018. It was believed a self-written blog was likely to only exacerbate attention and she allegedly feared that The Tig would be exploited, according to Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand in Finding Freedom.

A sensational comeback

After five years, it now seems that The Tig is making a sensational comeback. Meghan has received official preliminary approval to revive the website – and is ready to take on Gwyneth Paltrow’s £200million Goop. Details filed with the US Trademark and Patent Office outline that Meghan could also take on an agony aunt role on the site. Despite notable tensions between Meghan, her dad, sister and the Royal Family, her site would dole out “commentary in the field of personal relationships”, papers state.

Plans for the website

The website, set to go live as soon as next week, could become the latest money-making venture for the Duke and Duchess after they were cut off from royal funds. Insiders say Meghan hopes to rival Gwynnie’s mega-successful site, which does a lucrative trade in New Age wellness luxuries such as vagina-scented candles. Meghan will be looking to post more of her recipes, tips, hacks and thoughts on the comeback site when it relaunches.

Meghan’s philanthropic efforts

It comes after it was revealed Meghan will supply one of her recipes to a new charity cookbook aimed to raise money for victims of natural disasters. The World Central Kitchen Cookbook has been created by Spanish chef Jose Andres, who also started the not-for-profit organisation, World Central Kitchen (WCK). WCK provides meals to those in need following natural disasters, with Andres founding the charity in 2010 after the Haiti earthquake. Meghan is set to contribute a lemon olive oil cake recipe to the book.



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