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Meghan Markle has proven time and time again that everything she does, she does with a purpose, and her plan to vote in this year's presidential election is no different. The Duchess of Sussex hopes to make her voice heard when she casts her ballot come November, and she's also been using her platform to mobilize others to do the same, which is just one of the many things I admire about her. "We vote to honor those who came before us and to protect those who will come after us," Meghan recently said during When We All Vote's virtual #CouchParty event. "Exercising your right to vote isn't simply being part of a solution, it's being part of a legacy."
Despite the fact that Meghan is no longer a senior royal (she and Prince Harry officially stepped down on March 31), her family's order of precedence remains the same,