In July 2021, L.A. lawyer Marjorie Witter Norman filed a new application to trademark the name. It was filed under Frim Fram Inc., a holding company based in Delaware.
"The lasting trademark is to prevent false branding, to avoid others purporting to be the Duchess or affiliated with her," her reps said at the time.
Before joining the royal family, the TV star enjoyed blogging about lifestyle tips, in addition to how she balanced being a celebrity while giving back and doing her "day job" all at the same time.
If you go to The Tig now, there's a lengthy letter from Meghan, 40.
"To all my Tig friends. After close to three beautiful years on this adventure with you, it's time to say goodbye to The Tig. What began as a passion project (my little engine that could) evolved into an amazing community of inspiration, support, fun and frivolity," she wrote four years ago. "You've made my days brighter and filled this experience with so much joy. Keep finding those Tig moments of discovery, keep laughing and taking risks, and keep being 'the change you wish to see in the world.'"
"Above all, don't ever forget your worth — as I've told you time and time again: you, my sweet friend, you are enough," she concluded. "Thank you for everything. XX, Meghan Markle."
Last year, expert Neil Sean claimed that Meghan was thinking of reviving the blog again.
"It worked incredibly well for her, because then designers wanted to loan her clothes, makeup brands were keen to be associated with her, simply because she was attached to a cable TV show called Suits," he shared. "According to a very good source, it appears that Meghan, alongside Harry, think this would be a very good time to restart The Tig."