New Commonwealth role for the Duchess of Sussex

New Commonwealth role for the Duchess of Sussex

New Commonwealth role for the Duchess of Sussex

Besides both marrying into the Royal Family and - with Meghan now pregnant with her first baby - having children is another.

It is said Kate was left "in tears" following a tense bridesmaid dress fitting for Princess Charlotte for Meghan's wedding to Harry in May - although some Kensington Palace sources have denied the claims.

The Duchess of Sussex will today become Vice President of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust.

However the two wives pictured smiling together at a church service on Christmas Day, delighting royal fans. The announcement was made on International Women's Day (March 8th 2019).

In a monochrome minidress, she the mother-to-be wore her trademark stilettos and carried a small clutch bag.

As a way of celebrating both International Women's Day and the prestigious appointment, the Duchess will join a panel of female thought leaders and activists to discuss issues now affecting women. Her comment was in response to a question onstage when asked "how that bump" was treating her.

She said she had been watching a "documentary about feminism on Netflix and one of the things they said during pregnancy was "I feel the embryonic kicking of feminism".

"I loved that - boy or girl, whatever it is, we hope that's the case".

Markle joined a panel of high-profile female thought leaders and activists like Annie Lennox, founder of The Circle; and Adwoa Aboah, a model and founder of Gurls Talk; to discuss a range of issues facing women today.

The all-time best story about their time in Canada is just a rumour, and one we'll likely never get confirmation on, but it's too good not to share: apparently, people who live in Meghan's old Toronto neighbourhood claim that Harry visited her one year on Halloween, and greeted trick-or-treaters with candy - but he was unrecognizable, given that he was wearing a gorilla suit at the time.

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