This morning, The Duchess of Sussex had a solo engagement in Twickenham. She visited the Royal Variety Charity residential and care home Brinsworth House, of which the Queen is Patron, to meet with residents. These residents have worked professionally in the entertainment industry and are in need of help and assistance. Among them, she met Richard O’Sullivan, star of 1970s sitcoms and Mona Hammond, who played Blossom Jackson in the BBC soap opera EastEnders.
She contributed to artwork for Christmas decorations by writing “Merry Christmas” with her beautiful calligraphy & then listened to Carols around the tree with residents. Meghan also looked at old royal variety performances programmes. The Chairman told journalists that there’s a care home in LA that she used to visit and Brinsworth House brought back memories to her.
Meghan revealed she was “feeling very pregnant today” and tried to had a word for everyone. Before leaving Brinsworth House, Meghan unveiled a plaque and signed the guest book to mark her visit.
Our gorgeous Duchess was wearing a floral dress by Brock Collection and grey coat by label Soia & Kyo.