Meghan Markle and husband-to-be Prince Harry are gearing up for their big wedding. How big? Estimates say around 2,500 attendees. Sure to be a royal wedding of epic proportions. But before we all go celebrating let’s use our imagination. Let’s picture a world where everything doesn’t go so well for Ms. Markle and she has to provide for herself. It might sound scary but thanks to platforms like YouToken, Markle might not even need Prince Harry.

MEGHAN MARKLEĀ  LEAVES ROYALTY FOR YOUTOKEN

Marriages don’t always work out. So let’s pretend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have a big falling out. They go their separate ways. Prince Harry back to his royal family where he never has to work a day in his life and Markle back to Hollywood where she tries to revitalize your acting career. She fails. However, Markle is a smart lady. Long before her acting career, Markle was a United Nation’s advocate, World Vision Clean Water campaign ambassador and even worked at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires. She has the intelligence to make something big happen but lacks the investing power. Enter, Youtoken.

YOUTOKEN IGNITES A DYING STAR IN MEGHAN MARKLEĀ 

Meghan Markle doesn’t want to go back into acting. She’s become a full-blown activist but the NGO community is not exactly made of money. Furthermore, she can’t exactly go begging to the royal family for spare cash after what went down. Hence, Markle gets creative. She has this brilliant team with her that built a “saltwater to freshwater” conversion machine. She needs a few key investors to help her launch the idea and save millions of lives. Hence, she goes to YouToken and submits her idea.

MEGHAN MARKLE SAVES THE WORLD WITH YOUTOKEN

A few years later, Markle saved the water shortage crisis and inspired millions more to follow in her footsteps of charity ambassador/entrepreneur. Of course, this is all just a dream. If we’re being realistic, Markle will marry Prince Harry, everything will go great and she’ll live happily ever after as a princess. But don’t let that stop you from trying to make a difference. Not everyone can have such a perfect fairytale ending.

 

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