SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: WHY MEGHAN FOR PRESIDENT ISN'T AS CRAZY AS IT SOUNDS! 

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Meghan Markle is said to have told a former close associate that her ultimate ambition is to be president of the US.

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Meghan: Megan is a Welsh female name, originally a pet form of Meg or Meggie, which is itself a short form of Margaret. Megan is one of the most popular Welsh names in England and Wales. Nowadays it is generally used as an independent name rather than as a nickname.