A copy of Meghan Markle’s old CV has resurfaced online, and it lists her as “Caucasian”. This has led to some speculation that Meghan may have lied about her ethnicity in order to advance her career.

The CV, which was reportedly submitted by Meghan when she applied for a job as a production assistant on the TV show Deal or No Deal, lists her as being of “Caucasian” ethnicity. This is in contrast to Meghan’s own statements about her ethnicity, in which she has said that she is “half black and half white”.

Some people have suggested that Meghan may have listed herself as Caucasian on her CV in order to avoid discrimination. Others have said that she may have simply made a mistake.

It is important to note that ethnicity is a complex and fluid concept. There is no single definition of what it means to be “Caucasian” or “black”. People’s racial and ethnic identities can change over time, and they can be influenced by a variety of factors, including their family background, their upbringing, and their own personal experiences.

In Meghan’s case, it is possible that she identified as Caucasian when she submitted her CV, but that her understanding of her own ethnicity has evolved since then. It is also possible that she made a mistake on her CV.

Ultimately, only Meghan knows how she identifies her own ethnicity. However, the resurfacing of her old CV has raised important questions about race, identity, and discrimination.