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Although the Duchess of Sussex is taking six weeks off from her royal duties, she has still been active behind closed doors. When the two American women met, they allegedly hugged in what was described as a “fan girl” moment, according to Mail Online.

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Prince Harry and the royal couple’s six-month-old son Archie Harrison were also in attendance.

Mrs Clinton, 72, even managed to give the royal baby a cuddle when she was there.

The former First Lady also bonded with Meghan over Mrs Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea who has just given birth to a baby boy.

Chelsea’s son is Mrs Clinton’s third grandchild.

meghan-harry-newsMeghan Markle news: Duchess of Sussex and share touching moment at Frogmore Cottage (Image: GETTY)

meghan-markle-newsWhen the two American women met, they allegedly hugged in what was described as a “fan girl” moment (Image: GETTY)

A royal source said: “Both women have a lot of admiration for each other and it was a very sweet, warm meeting, they are mutual fan girls!”

But Meghan’s mutual respect for Mrs Clinton goes back years to when Meghan was just an 11-year-old girl.

Meghan, who is now 38, wrote to Mrs Clinton and her husband Bill when he was in the White House.

She wrote to demand Mrs Clinton’s help in getting a “sexist” advertisement for dishwasher soap take off television screens.

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meghan-harry-newsMrs Clinton, 72, even managed to give the royal baby a cuddle when she was there (Image: GETTY)

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