Meghan Markle is continuing to receive support after her and Prince Harry's shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey.
On March 10, singer Beyoncé — who met Meghan at the 2019 U.K. premiere of The Lion King — posted a sweet message on her personal website. "Thank you Meghan for your courage and leadership," she wrote alongside a photo of the two at the movie event. "We are all strengthened and inspired by you."
When the ladies first met, video footage captured the superstar's husband, Jay-Z, congratulating Harry on the arrival of their first child. Beyoncé chimed in and called their son Archie "beautiful," which prompted Harry to ask the couple how their twins Rumi and Sir were doing.
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Jay-Z then gave the new parents some words of wisdom, telling them, "The best advice I can give you, always find some time for yourself." After their interaction, the mom-of-three reportedly called the couple "so sweet." She also referred to Meghan as "my princess."
The "Formation" songstress is hardly the first famous face to publicly support Meghan after her tell-all, where she opened up about the racism she endured and admitted she felt suicidal at times.
Poet Amanda Gorman tweeted, "Meghan was the Crown's greatest opportunity for change, regeneration, and reconciliation in a new era. They didn't just maltreat her light — they missed out on it."
"Meghan is living the life Diana should have, if only those around her had been as brave as she was," Gorman continued. "Meghan isn’t living a life without pain, but a life without a prison."
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Maria Shriver, a member of the Kennedy family, encouraged everyone to be kind to each other after Meghan opened up about her mental health. "It’s true what Meghan Markle told @Oprah," she tweeted. "We don’t know what goes on in people’s lives behind closed doors. That’s something we can all remember."