Before Meghan Markle
rose to fame as an actress (and eventually a royal), she was just an ordinary college student and a sorority sister. While studying at Northwestern University
, where she double-majored in theater and international relations (how fitting!), Meghan was also a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
, a sisterhood founded in 1870 at Monmouth College on the tenets of friendship, support, self-growth, and continuing education. To celebrate her nuptials last May, Kkg even released Meghan's 2000-2001 sophomore sorority portrait, and - no surprise - she hasn't aged a day (minus the gorgeous ring and the baby bump).
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Though Meghan has largely remained mum about her time during college, reporting that she was a theater nerd and loved that Northwestern gave her a chance to explore her biracial identity through an African-American studies class, her fellow Kappa