MEGHAN Markle has shared her "personal favourite" poem which encourages women to "not give a f**k" about their beach bodies in the latest issue of Vogue.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, guest-edited the September issue of the fashion bible which is centred around "Forces for Change".
The short piece – titled A Note From The Beach – was written by mental health campaigner and author Matt Haig and first appeared in his 2018 memoir Notes on a Nervous Planet.
The Reasons to Stay Alive author – along with actress Jameela Jamil and journalist Bryony Gordon – was one of the only people the Duke and Duchess of Sussex followed on Instagram for Mental Health Awareness Month in May.
Introducing the short poem, the Duchess wrote: "A personal favourite and the best reminder during the summer season… or any season, as a matter of fact."
Written from the perspective of the beach, the opening of the poem reads: "Hello. I am the beach.
"I am created by the waves and currents. I am made of eroded rocks. I exist next to the sea.
"I have been around for millions of years. I was around at the dawn of life itself. And I have to tell you something.
"I don't care about your body. I am a beach. I literally don't give a f**k."
Along with this body positive piece, Meghan also included Good Place actress and I Weigh campaigner Jameela Jamil in her Vogue issue.
The former Radio One DJ has gained almost 800,000 followers on Instagram for her body positivity campaigner and posted a spoof video mocking celebrities who promote "detox products" last November.
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