Royal bride Meghan Markle made history by being nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Style Icon, making it the first Royal in the history to be so, Elle reported.

This is the first time a royal has ever been considered for an award for the US show that started in 1999. If wins, Duchess of Sussex will also be a first royal to achieve the feat.

Meghan is in the same category which includes, Blakes Lively, Chadwick Boseman, Harry Styles, Migos and Zendaya. The Teen Choice Awards is a competition decided by the public voting. This year’s Awards will be held on August 12 at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Teen Choice is an annual awards show by the Fox television network. It honours the year’s biggest achievements in music, film, sports, television, fashion, and more, voted by teenaged viewers.

This is the first time a royal has ever been considered for an award for the US show. If she wins, Duchess of Sussex will be the first royal to achieve the feat.

Meghan’s nomination has also been submitted for the Emmys’ Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category by USA Network for her work as Rachel Zane on Suits.

Britain’s Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle got married in May 2018. Markle relocated to London late last year from Toronto. She had been in Canada for the past seven years shooting for her long-running television legal drama ‘Suits’.

The royal bride alongside husband Prince Harry became the youth ambassador of the Commonwealth at the launch of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Markle joined Harry at a Commonwealth Youth Forum reception in London.

Earlier, she also became the first royal fiance to spend Christmas with Queen Elizabeth II.

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