February 12 The Duke & Duchess of Sussex will attend the gala performance of ‘The Wider Earth’ in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust and the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy
February 23-25 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Morocco at the request of Her Majesty's Government
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.
The National Theatre Meghan as Patron
Since : January 2019
The National Theatre's extensive UK-wide learning and participation programme supports young people’s creative education through performance and writing programmes like Connections, New Views and Let’s Play. The National Theatre invests in the future of theatre by developing talent, creating bold new work and building audiences, partnering with a range of UK theatres and theatre companies.
The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Meghan as Patron
Since : January 2019
Established in 1913, the ACU is the world's first and oldest international university network, with more than 500 member institutions in over 50 countries. It is the only accredited organisation representing higher education across the Commonwealth.
Created in September 2013 Smart Works exists to help long term unemployed and vulnerable women regain the confidence they need to succeed at job interviews, return to employment and transform their lives.
Established in 1886 and entirely funded by public donations Mayhew is an animal welfare charity working to improve the lives of dogs, cats and people in communities both in London and internationally. Mayhew looks for innovative ways to reduce the number of animals in need through pro-active community and educational initiatives and preventative veterinary care.
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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.
Kensington Palace has released the annual portrait for the Christmas card 2018 of the Duke & Duchess of Sussex. The photograph of Meghan & Harry has been taken by Chris Allerton at their Wedding Reception at Frogmore House on May 19th.
Our Duchess made a surprise appearance at the famous Fashion Awards 2018 at Royal Albert Hall in London. She was there to present her friend Clare Waight Keller with the British Designer of the Year Womenswear Award. Clare designed Meghan’s wedding Givenchy gown earlier this year.
For the event, Meghan was wearing a black Givenchy dress and we can see her baby bump getting bigger now, this is exciting!
The Duchess of Sussex attended an unannounced engagement at King’s College in London. Meghan took part in the discussions because during the autumn tour back in October, she gave a speech at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji and talked about 2 new scholarships.
ACU : University leaders, academics, and international scholarship students came together at an ACU event on Wednesday 5 December to explore how higher education can help build a better world.
Hosted by King’s College London, the event was an opportunity to discuss the role of universities in addressing human trafficking and modern slavery, gender equality and inclusion, peace and reconciliation, and climate change and resilience.
This morning, the Duchess of Sussex made a visit at the Hubb Community Kitchen in North Kensington. The Duchess has made regular private visits to the kitchen since January, which was set up by women from the community affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Thanks to the funds raised from the cookbook ‘Together’, the kitchen has been completely renovated and they can keep it open seven days a week.
Meghan introduced her friend and Michelin starred chef Clare Smyth to the women. They prepared together 300 meals for the local community to be delivered to care homes, homeless shelters and women’s refuges.
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex attended last night the Royal Variety Performance in London. The performance takes place every year in aid of the Royal Variety Charity, of which The Queen is Patron. After the show, Meghan & Harry met the performers on stage : Take That, Andrea Bocelli, Lost Voice Guy…
During their last day in New Zealand and of the Royal Tour, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex visited the city of Rotorua. They attended at their first engagement a welcoming ceremony in Te Papaiouru Marae. They wore korowai cloaks made specifically for them. Meghan’s is mostly made from brown pheasant feathers but also includes some blue and green to represent the Pacific Ocean, with some representations to symbolise her pregnancy included.
Then, they visited the National Kiwi Hatchery at Rainbow Springs, where they learned about the centre’s breeding programme for New Zealand’s national bird. Just minutes before the royal couple arrived a little kiwi was hatched. Meghan and Harry also gave names to two new born Kiwis. One is named Koha, meaning ‘gift’, while the other is named Tihei, meaning ‘the sneeze of life’. After their visit, the Duke & Duchess went on a walkabout at Government Gardens.
For their last engagement of the tour, Meghan & Harry visited the Redwoods Treewalk. The couple admired a 2000-year-old trunk section of Californian redwood, before walking away together to spend some time alone in the forest.
On Tuesday morning, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex began their day at the North Shore Riding Club in Auckland, to dedicate a 20ha section of native bush to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy and to be named the Carol Whaley Native Bush, honouring a long-standing supporter of riding and conservation. Meghan was wearing a black J.Crew jeans and a Karen Walker blazer. Despite the heavy rain, our royal couple took part in a gumboot-throwing or ‘welly-wanging‘ competition with school children and Meghan won!
Then, Meghan and Harry travelled to South Auckland to visit Pillars charity with the NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Pillars is a charity for children of prisoners to support positive, crime-free live. They were invited to present awards to some of these children and because they made a donation to the charity after their wedding back in May.
The couple were also on a walkabout to meet a lot of members of the public gathered in the streets. Meghan also met of one her old fan she knew on Instagram, she was very surprised and happy to see her there.
In the evening, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a reception with the NZ Prime Minister at the Auckland War Memorial. Meghan was wearing a gorgeous Antonio Berardidress that she wore to watch Harry play polo last year.
On their second day in New Zealand, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex spent more time in Wellington. They began their day by visiting Maranui Cafe to meet with mental health workers and advocates. Meghan & Harry shared with them their own personal experience with mental health and Meghan even talked about social medias. When they left the cafe, our royal couple stopped to greet a select group of Houghton Valley School children, who where waiting outside under the rain to meet them. One of this boys was very shy and Meghan attempted to confort him. She’s such a sweetheart!
For their second engagement of the day, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex flew in an helicopter to Abel Tasman. They learnt about local conservation projects, in a Royal New Zealand Air Force NH90 helicopter. Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its golden beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, and its world-famous coast track. Meghan & Harry enjoyed a bbq and were joined for tea by local school students and the park’s youth ambassadors. Despite heavy rain, the royals were welcomed to the beachside campsite with a traditional pōwhiri from local iwi, with the blowing of a conch shell, a karanga and a long line of hongi.
In the evening, the duke & Duchess went back to Wellington for their last engagement of the day. They visited Courtenay Creative and stepped into cinematic fantasy. Courtenay Creative is a new training facility for the screen and creative industries. They were shown an interactive exhibition of local talent, including sculpture, music and virtual reality.