Meghan Markle’s early aspirations of royalty have come to light in a recent revelation by a close source. At the age of 12, Meghan harbored dreams of becoming the ‘Queen of Bolivia’, an unexpected ambition inspired by her friendship with the son of a Bolivian president during her school days.
During this period, Meghan would boldly declare, “I’m going to be Queen of Bolivia.” According to a source close to her, Meghan’s ambition and drive were evident even at that young age. The source emphasized that Meghan’s frequent visits to studios fueled her desire for fame.
Ninaki Priddy, a childhood friend of Meghan, also shared insights into the Duchess’s early fascinations. She disclosed that Meghan was consistently captivated by the Royal Family and often reveled in the role of a princess during school plays.
In a remarkable turn of events, Meghan’s childhood dream of royalty took an unexpected but fulfilling turn in her adult life. In 2017, she met Prince Harry through a blind date arranged by a mutual acquaintance. The couple exchanged vows in 2018, propelling Meghan into the esteemed position of the Duchess of Sussex. Their joy was further compounded with the arrival of their first child, Archie Harrison, in 2019.
Meghan’s journey from envisioning herself as the “Queen of Bolivia” to becoming a cherished member of the British Royal Family underscores her resolute determination and the unpredictable nature of life’s pathways.