In a surprising turn of events the Duchess of Sussex - Meghan Markle - faced a setback in her quest to cement her Hollywood comeback.
The renowned British Vogue magazine unveiled its March 2024 edition, featuring a stellar lineup of 40 powerful women from across the globe. However, notably absent from the cover was Meghan Markle herself, leaving fans and observers puzzled.
Once hailed for her close ties with British Vogue's editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, Meghan Markle found herself conspicuously omitted from the magazine's latest issue.
This omission comes as a stark contrast to her previous involvement as the first guest editor for British Vogue's September issue in 2019, a move that was widely celebrated at the time.
In the wake of the magazine's release, fans took to social media platforms, including X (formerly known as Twitter), to express their disappointment and raise questions about Meghan Markle's absence.
One fan sarcastically questioned whether Meghan was "busy that day," while another queried the whereabouts of the global icon.
Despite the absence of Meghan Markle, the cover boasted an impressive array of influential women, including the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams, and Jameela Jamil—figures who share a close connection with the former working royal.
Additionally, A-list celebrities such as Naomi Campbell, Victoria Beckham, Cindy Crawford, and Jane Fonda graced the iconic edition, further emphasizing the magazine's star-studded lineup.