Meghan Markle Looks Chic with a Branded Face Mask & T-Shirt Honoring Late Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, seems like a new woman as she adjusts to life as a private citizen. She has also been more expressive about her views. She marked one of such expressions with her outfit recently.

Over the weekend, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry played host to Teenage Therapy, a podcast series that discusses mental health in people. According to an Instagram post, the actress appeared to have made a political statement with her attire.

Meghan looked fantastic in a grey T-shirt. She paired the shirt with a patterned sweater and dark blue jeans. Her husband wore something similar, with a grey polo T-shirt and blue jeans on top of sneakers.

Duchess Meghan at the Commonwealth Day Service on March 09, 2020 | Photo:Getty Images

Duchess Meghan at the Commonwealth Day Service on March 09, 2020 | Photo:Getty Images

While the Duchess of Sussex looked great as always, it was her shirt that grabbed the most attention. Although the Instagram picture covered a bit of it, the shirt had the letters “R.B.G.”

The letters are a famous moniker for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court Justice, who lost her life last month to cancer. Justice Ginsburg was a hero for civil rights in her time on the Supreme Court bench.

She defended several liberal values, including and especially feminist rights and female advancement. Being a feminist herself, it is not much of a surprise that the Duchess chose to honor the late Supreme Court Justice with a shirt.

Justice Ginsburg had been fighting for women’s rights since the 70s.

The shirt is yet another fixture in a string of political gestures that the couple has made. Recently, they sponsored an initiative to get people to vote at the polls next month.

While many believed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should stay away from politics due to their affiliations with the British Royal Family, they have let their voices be heard. It appears that their independence from the Royal Family earlier this year has allowed them to get as political as possible.

As for Justice Ginsburg, her death was indeed a loss. The Judge died suddenly last month after a decades-long fight with metastatic cancer of the pancreas. Justice Ginsburg had been fighting for women’s rights since the 70s.

She served 27 years on the Supreme Court, working as an inspiration to women all over. In the weeks since her death, however, there has been a significant debate over who should replace her on the Supreme Court bench.

Late 87-year-od Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Georgetown Law Center in Washington, DC. | Photo: Getty Images

Late 87-year-od Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Georgetown Law Center in Washington, DC. | Photo: Getty Images

Many have argued that the bench should remain empty, given that it’s an election year. However, the current administration is pushing for the nomination of U.S. federal court judge Amy Coney Barrett.

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