Becoming a Real-Life Princess, or at Least Trying To

Becoming a Real-Life Princess, or at Least Trying To

Addison Nixon, Aspiring Princess

Woman everywhere wept as they watched Meghan Markle walk down the aisle. ‘A
modern-day princess’ people said, ‘she’s just like us.’ Meghan Markle is an American actress
and blogger before her marriage to Prince Harry, and now she is the Duchess of Sussex.
Understandably, women look up to Markle as she created a career for herself and has now
gained a title simply by falling in love. Along with the fact that she is a beautiful woman with
desirable fashion choices. However, some women have taken this affection for the lifestyle of
Markle a little too far. The ‘Meghan Markle effect’ is a real thing with hundreds of women
flocking to plastic surgeons asking for Markle’s specific nose. It’s really not as crazy as it seems
considering it happened with the Kardashians when people wanted flat stomachs, big butts,
and full lips. Now Doctors are at the ready, and one states, “people have come asking me for
her nose six times in the past week at least.” Doctors have stated that Markle has an ‘aesthetic
facial balance’ where her eyes, cheeks, nose and lips are in perfect proportion. Minimally
invasive techniques, ranging from $600 to $5000, can be used to somewhat achieve Markle’s
aesthetic face using injections and fillers. Women everywhere are hoping if their face is as
symmetrical as Markle’s, they will find their own Prince Charming.