Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's unladylike bad habits include biting her nails and swearing. Pictured: Markle accepts gifts from the crowds during a walkabout at Government Gardens on October 31, 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand. Getty Images/Alan Gibson-Pool

Meghan Markle previously proved that she’s just like everyone else even though she’s now part of the royal family.

Two years ago, the “Suits” alum penned a blog on The Tig where she talked about her unladylike bad habits.

“Run a marathon. Stop biting my nails. Stop swearing. Re-learn French. These make my New Year’s resolution list nearly (AKA actually every) single year. The marathon hasn’t happened yet. The swearing comes in lulls triggered by being overworked or feeling mighty cheeky after a couple drinks. And when it comes to the biting of the nails – well, it still happens with a turbulent flight or a stressful day. It’s unladylike. But then again, so is the swearing. Dammit,” she wrote (via Express).

Markle’s lifestyle blog was closed down after her engagement to Prince Harry was announced in November 2017. However, royal fans managed to capture some of Markle’s entries.

One year after her engagement to the Duke of Sussex, Markle has not been spotted biting her nails in public, but it is unclear if she does so in private. Markle is not allowed to swear as a royal, but no one really knows what happens behind closed doors.

Prince Harry’s wife decided to tell her supporters that she will no longer be posting blogs on her website because members of the royal family – as long as they are working royals – are not allowed to have personal accounts.

“After close to three beautiful years on this adventure with you, it’s time to say goodbye to The Tig. What began as a passion project (my little engine that could) evolved into an amazing community of inspiration, support, fun, and frivolity. You’ve made my days brighter and filled this experience with so much joy. Keep finding those Tig moments of discovery, keep laughing and taking risks, and keep being ‘the change you wish to see in the world.’ Above all, don’t ever forget your worth – as I’ve told you time and time again: you, my sweet friend, you are enough. Thank you for everything,” she wrote.