Meghan Markle used to work part-time as a calligrapher, and this may be the reason why her handwriting is beautiful.
From 2004 to 2005, Markle also taught calligraphy, wrapping paper, and bookbinding at the Paper Source business in Beverly Hills. Winnie Park, the CEO of Paper Source, spoke in an interview with People about the fiancée of Prince Harry.
"It was her part-time job when she was auditioning, she taught calligraphy and hosted a group of clients and taught them how to do calligraphy during a two-hour lesson," Park said.
"She's someone who enjoys the creative aspects of the job and likes to help people and anyone who likes creative projects comes to life, our sales people are checked for their creativity and they've been able to advise clients on projects ̵
Markle was also the one who made the calligraphy on the wedding invitations of Robin Thicke and Paula Patton in 2005.
The former actress's love for handwritten notes is also one of the things she talks about in her lifestyle blog The Tig wrote.
"I think handwritten notes are a lost art form." When I booked my first pilot [TV]my dad wrote me a letter I still have, the idea of someone taking their time, the pen Writing on paper is really something special, "she wrote.
The CEO of Paper Source also commented on the wedding invitations from Markle and Prince Harry, which were sent last week. She said that it is possible that a more personal invitation will be published in the next few days.
"You are a couple who would send personal touches to close friends and family, and I suspect that they are likely to have a very personal invitation specifically for events before or after the official ceremony," she said.
Markle and Prince Harry will tie the knot on May 19 in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.