Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's engagement to Prince Harry gives black women hope. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle attend a Wheelchair Tennis match during the Invictus Games 2017 at Nathan Philips Square on Sept. 25, 2017 in Toronto. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle gives women of color a glimpse of hope after her engagement to Prince Harry.

Racial discrimination has been a worldwide concern. Following the "Suits" actress' engagement to Prince Harry, a number of things about her being biracial resurfaces. But amidst all of this, black women find Markle and Prince Harry's romance as something worth celebrating because it gives them hope.

"Social media gives us the medium to celebrate any win collectively," Kimberly Foster founder of For Harriett, an online community centered on black women, told ABC News. "By seeing Meghan Markle...and just seeing that she already had a great career it means a lot to us because it means that there's hope for us in our personal lives."

Meanwhile, Danielle Belton, managing editor of The Root, an online magazine for black culture finds Prince Harry and Markle's union as something that gives women of color hope that it's not impossible to find their own prince charming.

"It's a fantasy where even though you didn't get Prince Harry, part of you thinks maybe I could've ... maybe he was available," Belton said.

In addition, a number of black women are looking for someone to represent them on the world's stage. They find Markle, who identifies herself as biracial filling in the gap.

"Black women miss Michelle Obama and I think we've been looking for somebody, something to be excited about," "Gettin' Grown" co-host Tykeia Robinson told the news outlet. "We've not had someone to represent us in the media recently, and it's just good to see something good happening to a woman, a black woman specifically, amidst all of the challenging news that we've been faced with this last few weeks."

British commentator Afua Hirsch feels the same. She is very hopeful that Prince Harry and Markle's union will bring positive changes especially for women of color.

"Don't underestimate the symbolism of a royal marriage," British commentator Afua Hirsch wrote in The Guardian. "From now on, it will be impossible to argue that being black is somehow incompatible with being British."

Earlier this week, another group of black women felt that Prince Harry and Markle's engagement has uncovered the "quiet" racism issue in the United Kingdom. Paula Akpan stated that racism in the country is "not as openly acknowledge" as in the United States. "Britain is still racist, it's still very racist," Akpan said.

"I think a lot of people think we're in a post-racial society but it certainly doesn't feel that way for the black and brown people living here," said Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, deputy editor of gal-dem, an online magazine written by women of color. "Racism is still alive and cooking here."

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