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Before Meghan Markle rose to fame as an actress (and eventually a royal), she was just an ordinary college student and a sorority sister. While studying at Northwestern University, where she double-majored in theater and international relations (how fitting!), Meghan was also a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, a sisterhood founded in 1870 at Monmouth College on the tenets of friendship, support, self-growth, and continuing education. To celebrate her nuptials last May, KKG even released Meghan's 2000-2001 sophomore sorority portrait, and — no surprise — she hasn't aged a day (minus the gorgeous ring and the baby bump).
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Though Meghan has largely remained mum about her time during college, reporting that she was a theater nerd and loved that Northwestern gave her a chance to explore her biracial identity through an African-American studies class, her fellow Kappa sisters have nothing but good things to say about the future royal, who also served as a recruitment chairwoman for the sorority. As Liz Kores Graham, a woman who rushed Kappa Kappa Gamma alongside Meghan when they were freshmen, told the Chicago Tribune, "Meg was sort of always this ethereal, sophisticated, beautiful creature who lived with us and was always willing to lend you a...
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