Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's Ice Bucket Challenge video has gone viral recently. Pictured: Markle attends day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Clive Mason

Meghan Markle’s ice bucket challenge video recently went viral after the release of the Duchess of Sussex’s photoshopped royal wedding photo with Kate Middleton.

Four years ago, Markle was still playing the role of Rachel Zane on “Suits,” and she and some of her co-stars decided to take on the challenge. Freezing cold water was poured over Markle’s head as her way of giving her support to help raise money to cure Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

In the video, which Markle first uploaded on her now-deleted Instagram account, Prince Harry’s wife is seen wearing a buttoned-down shirt that is very far from what she’s now allowed to wear as a member of the royal family.

Golfer Rory McIlroy poured water from a cooler on Markle, and she jumped around to help warm her body up. During an interview, the Duchess revealed that she and McIlroy are friends.

“And when he nominated me I told him I couldn’t do the challenge because I was traveling and in New York. He let me know he was also in New York and that he could do the video with me. We had a blast and shot it on the roof of my best friend’s apartment. It is so important to raise awareness for ALS, and the buzz our video generated hopefully helped make that happen,” she explained.

Earlier this week, Markle also made headlines for an entirely different reason. On Twitter user photoshopped her royal wedding photos to exclude Prince Harry and feature Middleton. In one of the photos, Markle and Middleton are seen holding each other’s hand. A second photo shows the two Duchesses kissing each other on the lips.

The snaps immediately went viral on Twitter with several members of the LGBTQI+ community commending the creator of the pictures. However, there were also some people that were concerned about the Twitter user breaching copyright rules.