The Tig Lives! Meghan Fans Can Still Read Her Defunct Blog

Prior to her engagement to Prince Harry, the then Meghan Markle as most fans know was a lifestyle blogger besides starring on Suits.

The Tig, her blog which was described as a “hub for the discerning palate — those with a hunger for food, travel, fashion [and] beauty,” was her passion and quite popular before her engagement put the kibosh on her social media and online presence.

“Tig” is short for the name of HRH’s favourite Italian red wine, Tignanello. And no the blog was not focussed on wine if one never had the chance to read it. She equated the first sip of the wine like Oprah’s ‘aha’ moment. Things became ‘Tig’ moments if you will.

According to Meghan: “Suddenly I understood what people meant by the body, legs, structure of the wine,” she wrote. “From that point on, any new awareness, any new discovery or ‘ohhhhh, I get it!’ moment was a ‘Tig’ moment.”

Fans of then Meghan Markle were sad to see the blog close up shop but knew she was embarking on a new adventure: marrying Prince Harry!

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Never fear fans of The Duchess of Sussex! The Tig is still alive. Well sort of.

The Tig has been archived on Internet Archive: The Wayback Machine. A genius idea. “The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public. Our mission is to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge.”

You can catch all the Tig goodness here: The Tig 

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