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Meghan Markle guest edited September’s edition of one of the most well-known fashion magazines out there: Vogue.

The Duchess of Sussex has become the first person to guest edit the September issue of British Vogue, and decided to celebrate the work of several influential female trailblazers.

The magazine’s cover features 15 women whom the duchess “admires,” coming from activism, politics, sports, Hollywood and beyond.

The women include models Adwoa Aboah and Adut Akech Bior, boxer Ramla Ali, New Zealand Prime Minister and Jacinda Ardern, Sinead Burke, Gemma Chan, Laverne Cox, Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek, Royal Ballet dancer Frankie Hayward, Jameela Jamil, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Yara Shahidi, Greta Thunberg and Christy Turlington.

Laverne Cox, boxer Ramla Ali and actor Gemma Chan have reacted to being featured on the cover of British Vogue's September issue, guest edited by the Duchess of Sussex.

British Vogue's "Forces for Change" September issue was revealed on Sunday, as was the duchess' involvement as guest editor alongside editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.

The issue features 15 women on the cover, hailing from the worlds of politics, sports and the arts.

The duchess told Enninful that she wanted to "focus on the women she admires", all of whom are regarded by British Vogue as being "brilliant female changemakers."

As you will see from her selections throughout this magazine, she is also willing to wade into more complex and nuanced areas, whether they concern female empowerment, mental health, race or privilege

Reaction online was intense, with people celebrating the diverse group of women featured on the cover

Others were less enthused, arguing "royals don't guest edit magazines"

However that was swiftly corrected

And people think Meghan can't win no matter what she does

People all around the world are waiting for the September edition to drop

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