People have loved Meghan Markle ever since she first appeared on Suits but now, because she's engaged to Prince Harry, everyone's become OBSESSED with her!
When the couple announced their engagement, the actress wore an amazing white coat that instantly sold out and even crashed the website because so many people were trying to buy it!
Now, her beauty routine has been revealed and Meghan has a very unconventional technique to make her skin glow!
In an interview she did with Birchbox in 2013, Meghan revealed that she doesn't have a special serum or oil that makes her skin looks flawless, she actually massages it instead!
"I do facial exercises from one of my favourite aestheticians, Nichola Joss, who basically has you sculpt your face from the inside out.
"I swear it works, as silly as you may feel. On the days I do it, my cheekbones and jawline are way more sculpted.
"There's a reason she is in high demand around awards season when every actress wants to look A-plus."
Popsugar had a chat with Nicola Joss to see what kind of benefits a daily facial massage can have on your face and guys, there's A LOT!
"The main benefits of daily massage on the face are removal of tension and stress in muscle tissue.
"[It] softens but strengthens the muscle fibres to give a more lifted structure to facial contours. Massage will also remove toxins, help to drain and eliminate puffiness fluid retention, and improve blood circulation.
This will encourage a more nutritious, oxygenated blood flow to the skin cells and muscle tissue, which helps to improve regeneration and restoration of skin."
You can see Nicola for a specialist facial but if you don't have time for that, she says you can also utilise her treatment at home!
"Do facial massage every night at bedtime and using your favourite facial oil. Work from the centre of your face outwards and upwards.
"The great thing is you can be really creative and play! Feel for tension points and use a little more pressure [to] really start to work out all the stress using fingertips and palms of hands.
"[Use] sweeping motions, circular fingertip motions, and knuckles for along the jaw line. Finish with sweeping across the chest area and down the sides of the neck."
We're definitely going to try this!