'It's unladylike...' Meghan Markle's New Year's resolutions are pretty relatable
It's at this time of year that many of us are feeling, well, sluggish.
And thus thoughts of January 1 creep into our minds... and we consider how we might better ourselves and our lives once the clock strikes midnight.
It seems that Meghan Markle is no different either: indeed, the 36-year-old former actress and princess-in-waiting is focused on two things for 2018: less swearing (ditto) and no more nail-biting (yup).
Almost two years ago, writing on her now defunct blog The Tig, the California-native admitted "stop biting my nails. Stop swearing" were top of her New Year's priorities.
She also revealed that same two commitments crop up annually: "These make my New Year’s resolution list nearly (actually every) single year.
"The swearing comes in lulls triggered by being overworked or feeling mighty cheeky after a couple drinks."
It's that time, loves! It is with a heavy (but very full) heart that we say THANK YOU for being with us on this pretty epic adventure for the past three years. To read the farewell to The Tig from our EIC @meghanmarkle, go to thetig.com. ? We will miss you, but we happily pass the baton to our dear friend @janina who is changing the game in the digital space with her site @altfound. Follow along with her for some incredible coolness, realness, and fun. #payitforward #TheTig #farewell #grateful
She went on to admit that she still bites her nails during "a turbulent flight or a stressful day".
"It’s unladylike. But then again, so is the swearing. Dammit."
Meghan also said she wanted to take up French after studying it in school and run a marathon.
She and Prince Harry will say 'I do' in front of 800 nearest and dearest next May 19 at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle near London.