Megan decides not to put on the cover, editor-in-chief Edward Enniel said, believing it would be "
The duchess said she hopes people will be as inspired as the women included in
The publication, entitled "Force of Change," highlights "the tracking variable producers united by their
Megan, who gave birth to her first child in May, said she had spent the last seven months working on the project take the most read fashion trend during the year and lead the focus on values, uses and people who influence the world today. "
" I hope through this lens to feel the power of the team in the diverse choice of women selected for cover as well as the support team I called [1
9659907] "I hope that readers will feel as inspired as I am, by the forces of change they will find in these pages."  The subject includes a conversation between Megan and the former US First Lady Michelle Obama.
The actors include Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek Pinot, Lavern Cox, Jamieela Jamil, Yara Shahidi and Gemma Chan, models Christie Turlington Burns, Adwoa Aboah and Adut Akech.
Also among the 15 stars on the front are boxer Ramla Ali, defender of the diversity, Sinead Burke, Francesca Hayward's main ballet dancer, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
The front of the magazine is divided. in 16 boxes and one empty space is taken from a mirror that aims to encourage the reader to use his own platforms to force change.
"The Wonderful Surprise"
Editor-in-Chief Enninful said Megan was the first person to guest editing the September issue – traditionally considered the most important issue of the year.
"At this point, the most influential signal to change the guest of the British Vogue in the country is honor, pleasure and wonderful surprise," he said.  "As you will see from her selections throughout the magazine, she is also ready to expand into more complex and nuanced areas, whether they refer to women's empowerment, mental health, race, or privileges.
"From the very beginning we talk about the cover – whether it will be on it or not. In the end, she felt that something would be "commendable" for this particular project.
Instead, she wanted to focus on the women she admired. "
In 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge was present at the front of the centuries-old Vogue.