The Duchess of Sussex has launched “Smart Set”, a capsule collection in support of her patronage Smart Works.
The logical conclusion was to wonder if the Media’s fake outrage about the Sussexes had been the media’s hypocrisy in using concerns about carbon emission in an attempt to derail the launch of the Sussex’s latest project.
A key role for members of the Royal Family is doing good works, particularly charity work. This is particularly fitting for Duchess Meghan, who has charitable roots.
Meghan is the patron to four charities. She is also co-Director to Sussex Royal Foundation and Vice President to Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.
It’s official, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the name of their foundation: Sussex Royal – The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The new mother showed up looking radiant and joyful. Joining her husband, they attended the game which also was a promotion for Invictus Games.
Recently news ‘broke’ that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be parting ways with the Royal Foundation. The Sussexes will, therefore, start their own charitable foundation.
June first marked the start of Pride Month. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made an Instagram post on their account dedicated to Pride Month.
Shout, a much needed text helpline was launched In the UK today. Spearheaded by the Sussexes with the help of the Cambridges.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited New Zealand House to sign a book of condolence on behalf of The Royal Family.