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British Vogue editor Edward Enninful says Meghan Markle was 'very involved' with the magazine's September issue, for which she was guest editor — in fact, she kept working on it through her pregnancy and after giving birth to baby Archie.
The 47-year-old editor shared behind-the-scenes details from Megan's gig guest-editing the issue, telling Good Morning America that the 37-year-old was quite 'hands on.'
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'We've been working on this for seven months and the duchess was very hands on from the beginning,' he said. 'She was very involved.'
While some celebrity collaborations simply involve the star in question putting her stamp of approval — and name — on a finished product, Enninful said that's not the case with Meghan.
'I mean, we worked really side-by-side,' he said.
'She was involved in the choice of photographer, the choice of subject, from the front of the book right to the end, and she did this when she was pregnant, and from when she had the baby and after she had the baby.'
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That subject was 'Forces of Change,' spotlighting a group of 15 women who are making a difference.
'Megan, with this issue, wanted to sort of put across these incredible change-makers,' he explained.
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'The message is female empowerment. And also the message is about sort of staking your claim in the world and being unafraid. And that's why we called it Forces of Change,' he said.
Publisher Vanessa Kingori also had kind things to say about Megan, telling GMA last year: 'She represents a new kind of diversity and modernity.'
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Though the news broke on Sunday night, Enninful has given few interviews about Megan, with the only one having aired so far on GMA — which, incidentally, is the...
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