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Meghan Markle is an actress, a writer, a cook and many other things (including Prince Harry's girlfriend), but for some reason the fact that she's biracial seems to be the one thing everyone has become fixated on.Meghan Markle is using the spotlight to reveal what it's like to be biracial in Hollywood.Some people were supportive, but others said they were completely disgusted. I was so tempted to respond to every single one of those negative comments, but instead I talked through my anger with Troy. Despite the unwanted attention, being with Troy is totally worth it.He is my best friend and that unbreakable foundation has kept us together through the good and the bad. Troy is a blond musician whose style icon is Lenny Kravitz, while I am a dramatic and savvy fashionista who loves Tyra Banks.Meghan is a very confident and intelligent woman and she’s not overawed mixing with royalty.That’s one of the things Harry admires about her.” She was seen enjoying the tennis at Wimbledon in the Royal Box on June 28 and July 4.While the pair are said to be taking things one week at a time, the Express says Markle has already been a guest at Kensington Palace: She has made several visits to London and has been on discreet dinners with Harry and out with his friends.Friends say Harry has been treated to her “excellent cooking” and they both enjoy yoga.

“William and Kate really liked her and she fitted in straight away,” added the insider.

I'm black and Troy's white and being in a bi-racial relationship has been surprisingly challenging. It can be frustrating when all Troy and I want to do is go to the movies and it feels like all eyes are on us.

But even though Troy and I deal with people staring at us on a regular basis, nothing prepared us for a Tumblr incident that happened on New Year's.

We were leaving a concert and she wasn't pulling out of a parking space quickly enough for another driver," she writes. "Being 'ethnically ambiguous,' as I was pegged in the industry, meant I could audition for virtually any role," she says.

"Morphing from Latina when I was dressed in red, to African American when in mustard yellow; my closet filled with fashionable frocks to make me look as racially varied as an Eighties Benetton poster.