The Royal Foundation Meghan as Patron
Since : May 2018
Following her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017, Meghan has become involved in the work of the Foundation, and became its fourth patron following her marriage, on 19 May 2018. The Royal Foundation programmes currently revolve around four main themes of work; mental health, wildlife and conservation, young people and the armed forces community.
On a trip to the Warrior Games in the USA in 2013, Prince Harry saw first-hand how the power of sport can help physically, psychologically and socially those suffering from injuries and illness. He was inspired by his visit and the Invictus Games was born. The word ‘invictus’ means ‘unconquered’. It embodies the fighting spirit of wounded, injured and sick Service personnel and personifies what these tenacious men and women can achieve post injury. The Games harness the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for those who serve their country.
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Yesterday evening, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex attended together the ‘100 Days To Peace’ charity gala concert at Central Hall Westminster in London. This event gathered funds for three charities working to support military veterans facing mental health challenges: “Help for Heroes”, “Combat Stress and Heads Together”, the Royal Foundation’s campaign and mental health initiative. To find more information about the gala click here.
Meghan wore a blue Jason Wu dress with Aquazurra hells and for once her haircut was down and curly. A very gorgeous and appropriate look for a charity gala event!
Last night, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex attended the ‘Hamilton’ Gala performance at Victoria Palace Theatre in London. The event aimed to raise funds and awareness for the Sentebale charity, which help young people and children affected by HIV. At the end of the show, Meghan & Harry took time to meet and have a quick talk with the cast of the musical.
Meghan catched everyone eyes with her glamorous look. She was wearing a black Judith and Charles tuxedo dress and black high-heels.
Today marks a every special day. It’s not only Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex’ birthday, but also the wedding of Charlie Van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks.
First off all: happy happy birthday to the Duchess of Sussex on her 37th birthday today. She spent her special day by attending the ceremony for one of Harry’s oldest family friends, Charlie van Straubenzee, 30, who married his 27-year-old girlfriend, Daisy Jenks, in Surrey on Saturday afternoon.
For the occasion, Meghan opted for a color-block, pleated shirtdress from Club Monaco that featured an olive, pink and white skirt. It retails for $328. She accessorized with a hat by her go-to milliner, Philip Treacy, her trusty Aquazzura pumps with bows on the strap, a sweet, knotted belt and a clutch by Kayu. While Harry tended to his usher duties, the birthday girl was all smiles as she chatted with several women in attendance.
The Duchess of Sussex was yesterday at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club with Harry to support him as he took part in a polo match to raise money for his Sentebale charity. Meghan was very happy and she even gave Harry a big kiss on stage when her husband’s team won the trophy! To tolerate the heat Meghan was wearing a lovely Carolina Herrera blue dress with nude Aquazzura Deneuve heels.
This morning, Meghan & Harry have visited the Nelson Mandela Exhibition at London’s Southbank Centre. The couple unveiled an exhibition about the life of the former South African president, who would be 100 years old today. During the event, they met friends and family of Nelson Mandela and even chatted with his daughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela.
Meghan was wearing a very lovely pink blush trench dress by the canadian brand HouseofNonie and of course one of her favorite brand, a Mulberry bag. She was very fashionable today!
A special day for the Duchess of Sussex: it’s her first royal solo outing with the Duchess of Cambridge without being accompanied by their husbands as they attend the Ladies’ Final at Wimbledon 2018 championship.
First photos of the sisters-in-law were revealed, showing them waving and smiling as they descended on the SW19 club ahead of the Ladies’ Final this afternoon. Later they are due to lunch in SW19 before this afternoon’s final at 2pm. From their Royal Box seats they’ll be rooting for Serena Williams as she takes on Germany’s Angelique Kerber at 2pm.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge are about to make their first solo outing together, without being accompanied by their husbands tomorrow, July 14. They event they are going to attend for the occasion — the Ladies’ Single Final at the Wimbledon Championships.
Before the match, Meghan and Kate will meet with former female tennis champions and chat with ball girls and boys to learn more about what it’s like to participate in the iconic tournament. Then, they will take their seats in the royal box to cheer on the players, Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams.
Both have attended several public events together since Meghan became engaged to Prince Harry, but never have they stepped out together without their husbands by their sides.
After their meeting with the President, Meghan & Harry drove to Croke Park, a gaelic athletic association. They met with young athletes and were shown exhibits from Croke Park’s museum, including artefacts from the Bloody Sunday massacre.
Then before heading to Trinity College, they were seen meeting people/fans waiting outside for them at Parliament Square. Meghan received gorgeous flowers and she was all smiling to meet people as much as she could.
They had a short visit at Trinity College were they viewed the Book of Kells & The Long Room of the Old Library. Outside the building, they applaused students singing and playing instruments on stage.
After taking their lunch, Meghan & Harry had a special visit at the Famine Memorial by the creator behind the statues, Rowan Gillespie. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were left ‘profoundly and powerfully moved’.
Then, they walked nearby at EPIC Museum also known as the Irish Emigration Museum. EPIC is an immersive & interactive museum about the history of the Irish diaspora and emigration to other countries.
At the end of the day, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex visited Dogpatch Labs,a startup hub, located in the historic chq Building and in the heart of Dublin’s Digital Docklands . There they spent time with schoolchildren from across Ireland.
A BIG thank you to the British Embassy and Julien Behal Photography for letting us use their amazing pictures of Meghan & Harry’s visit in Dublin #RoyalVisitIreland.
On the second day of the royal couple visit #RoyalVisitIreland, The Duke & Duchess of Sussex met Ireland’s President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina at Áras an Uachtaráin. But, they also met with the president’s two sweet Bernese Mountain dogs, Bród and Síoda. Meghan & Harry rang a Peace Bell erected in the garden of the grand 18th century house in 2008 to mark the 10th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement and toured the grounds with the presidential couple. Meghan was wearing a taupe dress by french designer Roland Mouret, who is one of her great friend.
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex attended in the evening a Summer party at Glencairn House, the British Ambassador’s residence in Dublin. Harry gave a speech about the close relationship between Ireland & England. For the event, Meghan despite all the rumors was wearing a sleeveless Emilia Wickstead black dress with Aquazzura shoes and a lovely Givenchy black satin clutch.