Photographs have been released of the Duchess of Sussex meeting members of the Justice for Girls group in Canada – she visited another women’s charity on the same day
Meghan Markle has sent a clear message about her future priorities after new pictures emerged of her visiting a second women’s charity.
Photographs were released yesterday of the Duchess of Sussex meeting members of the Justice for Girls group on Tuesday.
She also went to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Center in Vancouver on the same day.
The charitable centre acts as a safe-space for women and their children in the Downtown Eastside area who have experienced violence, poverty, homelessness and addiction.
The visits came after she and Prince Harry announced that they will split their time between Canada and the UK in the future as part of their decision to step back from the royal family.
The trips suggest that Meghan could focus her energy on female-led causes in the future.
“Was great to talk about the importance of a holistic approach to social justice, and the power of young women’s leadership.”
The Duchess, 38, has been outspoken in her support for feminism in the past, describing herself as a feminist at an International Women’s Day panel last year.
In the latest development in the royal crisis over ‘Megxit’, a royal source has reportedly told a magazine that Prince Harry broke away from his friends after Meghan became pregnant with Archie.
Despite the supposed split from his friends, it is believed Harry is still in touch with his old school pal and Archie’s godfather Charlie van Straubenzee, Mail Online reports.
The Duke is expected to return to royal duties this morning by taking part in the Rugby League World Cup draw at Buckingham Palace.
He has also broken cover in his first public statement since triggering a royal crisis last week.