Meghan Markle is looking forward to use her voice after returning to the U.S.

Meghan Markle revealed what it means to be able to use her "voice" again after stepping down as a senior member of the royal family. In a discussion with Emily Ramshaw, the Duchess of Sussex said it's a welcome change to finally be able to advocate for causes of great importance to her. "It's something I look forward to being a part of," Meghan said of the current political climate and the Black Lives Matter movement. "Also, to use my voice in a way I haven't been able to use lately. So, yeah, it's good to be home." When the Duchess of Sussex married Prince Harry in 2018 and became an official working royal, she ultimately pledged impartiality when it comes to politics, as the British parliament deems royal intervention, whether it be direct or indirect. The former actress continued, "I think there's so much toxicity out there. My husband and I talk about it often, this economy of attention. That is what is monetisable right now when you're looking at the digital space and media."