Inside Meghan’s Markle Blog

Meghan Markle closed the Tig in April 2017, months before announcing the marriage to Prince Harry. Who did not know the blog of Meghan Markle now has the opportunity to take a peek at the old posts.

Inside the blog of:

Meghan Markle



Many people came to know Meghan Markle, today, Duchess of Sussex, after the relationship with Prince Harry. However, I was accompanying her a few years ago for her work on the Suits. I studied Law, so serials like the Good Wife and suits were my favorites at that time. But the funny thing is that I never knew that Meghan had a blog, otherwise I would be a super fan of her, not only for the work she develops, but also for her humanitarian side. And because it's a lifestyle blog, it has everything to do with me.

When I learned that she had a blog and I went back to see, I ran into this screen, which said to keep finding "TIG" moments of discovery, continue laughing and taking risks, and continue being "the change you want to see in the world". But come on, what are those moments? I don't know, and I didn't know. So far!!!!!

Meghan Markle's Blog "The Tig" is not active since April 2017, but you can still read old entries to learn about your favorite things. Thanks to a tool called WayBack Machine, which is a type of Internet library, they save the pages from time to time, so nowadays, it has more than 332 billion pages that can be queried. Thanks to useful tools like this, fans and curious lifestyle and style of Markle can revive many posts of recipes, travel and wellness that Markle shared during the existence of three years of the site.

Just so you understand, on the page on the site, it says this:

Several years ago I had a sip of wine called Tignanello (pronounced “teen-ya-nello“). But let’s be real – in the states most people said “tig-na-nello“…or just plain old “Tig.” The Italiano of it all gets a little tricky, so the bartender kept it simple; it was a glass of “Tig.“ So there I am, with very minimal wine knowledge and I take a sip of this wine. It wasn’t just red or white – suddenly I understood what people meant by the body, legs, structure of wine. It was an ah-ha moment at its finest. For me, it became a “Tig” moment – a moment of getting it.

From that point on, any new awareness, any new discovery or “ohhhhh, I get it!” moment was a “Tig” moment. At New York Fashion Week understanding that clothes aren’t just pieces of fabric, but that they can be art. So Tig. Traveling off the beaten track and hand diving for sea urchin in Jamaica – understanding that travel is adventure and discovery, culture and surprise. A Tig moment, indeed. And the same could be said for my love of cooking & dining, for cultivating friendships that inspire you, for the idea of “beauty” and what that means to us. An understanding that comes with living your life to the fullest so that it bursts at the seams. An unbridled joy. An insatiable curiosity. That’s what Tig means to me.

Thank you for joining me on this adventure! I could not be more grateful for your support and companionship on this beautifully wild ride.


SUITS -- "One-Two-Three-Go..." Episode 401 -- Pictured: Meghan Markle as Rachel Zane -- (Photo by: Ian Watson/USA Network)

The site is all in English, and it is not possible to read in Portuguese using, for example, Google Translate. 🙁




Remembering that this site are actually files, you will be browsing the Wayback machine, so it is possible that some links present errors and you can not read. If this happens, leave in the comments below the name of the post that I will find a way to get all the content for you! I know she did not delete the files from the site (images/videos/internal links). So it's all somewhere that only she knows. LoL.

So, how does it feel to be able to visit a site that no longer exists?  Leave your comments below!



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