Meghan Markle just received groundbreaking recognition after the birth of her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

The Duchess of Sussex has been named as one of the 25 most important women in the United Kingdom by Vogue. The list aims to show the most high-powered and visionary women that are shaping the country.

Prince Harry’s wife also beat Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Theresa May to the list. Vogue said that they included the “Suits” alum in this year’s list because of her feminist ideals and her unique approach to motherhood.

“The quietly revolutionary decision she and Prince Harry took to keep their child’s birth private echoes the commitment to wellness she was known for prior to her new life, as well as her feminist ideals,” the publication said.

Markle also received the same recognition last year after Vogue hailed her as a modern princess. The Duchess of Sussex’s recent honor came in the heels after it was revealed that she refused to meet with President Donald Trump during his visit to London this week.

Three years ago, Markle appeared on “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore,” and she attacked Trump’s opinions on women’s rights. During their conversation, Markle called the president of the United States divisive.

“I think it was in 2012, the Republican Party lost the female vote by 12 points. That’s a huge number and as misogynistic as Trump is – and so vocal about it – that’s a huge chunk of it,” she said.

Prior to his arrival in the UK, rumors swirled that Trump once called Markle nasty. Multiple sources claimed that this the reason why Prince Harry didn’t also want to meet with the president.

But Trump clarified that he never called the former Hollywood actress nasty and said that what’s been circulating online is fake news. Trump also hinted on his desire to receive a public apology from various media outlets including CNN and the New York Times.