Meghan Markle attends the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 13th annual An Enduring Vision Benefit in New York, Oct. 28, 2014. Reuters

She’s gorgeous, talented, a humanitarian and champion for women’s health — and she’s dating one of the world’s most eligible bachelors.

There’s no doubt that American “Suits” actress Meghan Markle would make a perfect royal. Time published an open letter Wednesday written by Markle on sanitation and the importance of de-stigmatizing menstruation. Markle journeyed to India in January to learn about the issues that women face there and recounted that access to proper feminine products and sanitary care for women is imperative. The trip to Mumbai was through World Vision, and Markle has served as an ambassador for the global charity.

“Imagine a world where the female leaders we revere never achieved their full potential because they dropped out of school at the age of 13,” Markle started the letter, which was published on International Women’s Day. “In the Western world this is challenging to fathom, but for millions of you women globally, this remains their harsh reality for a staggering reason. From sub-Saharan Africa to India, Iran and several other countries, the stigma surrounding menstruation and lack of access to proper sanitation directly inhibit young women from pursuing an education.”

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Markel discussed her personal experience meeting girls hit by the stigma and issued a call to action: “We need to push the conversation, mobilize policymaking surrounding menstrual health initiatives, support organizations [that] foster girls’ education from the ground up, and within our own homes, we need to rise above our puritanical bashfulness when it comes to talking about menstruation,” Markle wrote.

No doubt, both Markle and Britain's Prince Harry share a remarkable love and passion for charity work and advocating on behalf of charities. In addition to her work with World Vision, the actress has also worked with the United Nations and One Young World.

Harry, on the other hand, helped to co-found Sentebale, which supports orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS, and he helped co-found the Royal Foundation for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, along with brother, Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton. The foundation works to support disadvantaged youth, conservation initiatives and promotes the welfare of families and service people in the armed forces, among other focuses.

In short, if Harry were to marry Markle and make her a part of the royal family, she would be in good company if she chose to continue her work as a humanitarian and champion of women’s rights.

She might have to go on permanent hiatus from “Suits,” though.