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Meghan Markle and Rihanna have secretly become ‘best friends’

Meghan Markle can be friends with anyone in the world thanks to her position as a member of the royal family, so it’s no surprise that she would have been buzzing with the woman everyone wants to befriend – Rihanna.

According to reports, the Duchess of Sussex and the popstar became BFFs after Rihanna, 31, moved to London.

The couple would have known each other before Meg, 37, became royal, but connected after her fame got a shock after her marriage to Prince Harry, 34.

An insider told Radar Online: “They actually have much in common in terms of style and a shared need for total privacy in their lives.

They ran into each other a few times before Meghan was super famous and had some acquaintances on the social scene in Hollywood who recently brought them back in contact. “

While the new mother Meghan spends all her time with baby Archie, she is said to want to spend more time with her new friend when her maternity leave ends.

Her friendship with the Umbrella singer is currently not the only showbiz event of Meghan.

She will be featured in the September issue of British Vogue with the newly renovated Frogmore Cottage, it claims.

Meghan Markle and Rihanna have secretly become 'best friends'

She will also write on topics close to her heart for the matter, reports the sun.

But royal fans will be disappointed to get to know Harry and Archie will not appear in the snapshots, which “focus exclusively on women’s empowerment”.

Meghan made her debut since she presented Archie to the world last week.

She attended the Queen’s official 93rd birthday celebration at Trooping the Color with the rest of the royal family.

Unfortunately, baby Archie could not be seen because the queen apparently thought he was too young to go.

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