As patron of Smart Works, which helps women get back into the workforce through mentoring, professional interview and wardrobe coaching, Meghan designed a work wear capsule collection in collaboration with four partners.
The Duchess of Sussex has launched “Smart Set”, a capsule collection in support of her patronage Smart Works.
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.
The Association of Commonwealth Universities has published its new strategy plan titled The Road to 2030. For this occasion The Duchess of Sussex has written an introductory message.
On today’s International Women’s Day, The Duchess of Sussex, has become Vice-President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust which exists to challenge, fund and connect young leaders around the world.
The Duchess is a strong believer in using the arts to bring people from different backgrounds and communities together.
The Duchess has visited Smart Works several times over the last year where she has worked with many women who have benefited from the charity’s support, helping them through coaching and interview preparation.
The Duchess has long understood the connection between animals and community welfare and has supported various animal rescue centres in Los Angeles.
As a university graduate, Her Royal Highness is a strong advocate of accessible education for all, something she spoke of most recently during her visit to Fiji last year.