Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are both feminists. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle during their visit Social Bite on Feb. 13, 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Getty Images/Owen Humphreys

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are both feminists.

The "Suits" star is a known advocate for women. But according to Markle, her fiancée, Prince Harry, supports the same advocacy.

Royal expert Kelly Lynch, managing editor of Dailybreak, told Daily Express that a woman reached out to Markle during her and Prince Harry's visit to Wales last month. The woman told the royal bride-to-be that she admired the actress for defending women's rights and feminism.

"Meghan told the woman that Prince Harry was a feminist, too, which I believe, given his compassion, reliability and kindness," Lynch said. "The couple's connection through social justice and helping others is palpable."

Lynch believed that Markle can do things on her own. When she officially becomes a royal. In fact, the people will likely see her going to royal engagements solo like Kate Middleton.

"Meghan is perfectly capable of standing on her own, and we'll likely see her attend events without Harry (as Kate sometimes does), but it's always lovely to see a royal couple together, mainly because the public loves to see stolen moments of affection," Lynch added.

Markle confessed in 2015 during her speech for U.N. Women that she becomes a female advocate when she was just 11 years old. The incident that triggered her to fight for women's rights is a liquid dishwasher commercial.

According to Markle while in school the advertisement caught her attention because of its tagline that read: "women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans." She was shocked, angry and hurt when two of the boys from the class agreed that women belong in the kitchen.

Markle told her father Thomas Markle about the incident in school and he advised her to write a letter. The "Horrible Bosses" star did and addressed it to then-First Lady Hillary Clinton, Linda Ellerbee, Linda Ellerbee and to the soap manufacturer.

The "Dater's Handbook" star received a reply from all the women. After a month, the manufacturer responded too.

"Procter & Gamble changed the commercial for their Ivory clear dishwashing liquid," Markle said. "They changed it from: 'Women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans' to 'People all over America...'"

According to Markle one needs not dress up to be a feminist because there is no uniform to be one. Anyone can fight for women's rights.

"You can be a woman who wants to look good and still stand up for the equality of women. There's no uniform for feminism; You are a feminist exactly the way you are," Markle said.