Meghan Markle’s royal patronage tour continues ― and with a brand-new look to prime it off.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a black Givenchy coat and impartial suede heels for a go to Thursday to the Affiliation of Commonwealth Universities, one in every of 4 charities she is supporting in her royal function. She accomplished her stylish, elegant look along with her hair in a prime knot ― a daring, new type we haven’t seen earlier than from the duchess.
The affiliation is the world’s first and oldest worldwide college community, with greater than 500 member establishments in over 50 international locations, in line with Kensington Palace. Queen Elizabeth had been the patron of the charity for 33 years earlier than handing it over to the duchess earlier this month.
Meghan can also be patron of three different charities, together with the Nationwide Theatre, Good Works, which helps unemployed ladies with interview preparation and styling classes, and Mayhew, a world animal welfare charity.
“The Duchess is delighted to develop into Patron of each nationwide and grassroots organisations which are a part of the material of the UK, and could be very a lot trying ahead to working with them to deliver wider public consideration to their causes,” the palace stated in an announcement asserting Meghan’s patronages in January.
“Her Royal Highness feels she will use her place to focus consideration on, and make a specific distinction to those organisations and, extra broadly, the sectors they every characterize,” the palace continued.
The duchess on Wednesday made a cease by the Nationwide Theatre, the place she took in what she known as a “incredible” play carried out by schoolchildren.
It seems that the duchess is knocking out main public appearances earlier than she offers beginning. Meghan not too long ago informed well-wishers she’s due across the finish of April or starting of Might.
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