Meghan Markle had a secret part-time job you didn't know about

Way, waaay before training to become a princess and landing her "Suits" role, Meghan Markle had another job -- a calligrapher.

Believe it or not, Prince Harry's future wife taught calligraphy, gift-wrapping and book-binding at the Paper Source store in Beverly Hills back in 2004.

"It was her part-time job as she was going through auditions," Paper Source CEO Winnie Park told People. "She taught calligraphy and hosted a group of customers and instructed them during a two-hour class on how to do calligraphy."

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Meghan also worked as a freelance calligrapher, having done Robin Thicke and Paula Patton's wedding invitations when they tied the knot in 2005.

It's no surprise that pursued calligraphy as a part-time gig -- she often showed her creative side on now-defunct lifestyle blog The Tig. She revealed her love for handwritten notes on her blog, which now leaves us wondering about the sweet notes she probably writes to Harry.

"She’s someone who really enjoys the creative aspects of the job, who enjoys helping people and also someone who enjoys making creative projects come to life," Park added.

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The royal couple's invites for their May wedding were just sent out -- and we wouldn't be surprised if Meghan put her two cents in when it came to the design. They were made by London-based printers Barnard Westwood, who have been making Royal invitations since 1985, and feature American black and gold ink on English card.

For more on Meghan and Harry's wedding, watch the video above.

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