"Over the a year ago, Her Royal Highness has held meetings and conducted private visits with each of these organisations", Kensington Palace said.
"As well as a double major in theatre and global relations from Northwestern University, which is renowned for its drama programme, Her Royal Highness volunteered at a performing arts after school programme for children in underprivileged school districts in Los Angeles". As well as a double major in theatre and global relations from Northwestern University, Her Royal Highness volunteered at a performing arts after school programme for children in underprivileged school districts in Los Angeles.
Kensington Palace announced Thursday that the Duchess of Sussex will be the patron of four royal organizations, with two of her roles taking over from Queen Elizabeth II. The announcement came at the beginning of the first new year following her royal wedding, just like Meghan.
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Employment charity Smart Works is the fourth organisation that the 37-year-old will support.
The Duchess will visit Smart Works on Thursday and will make public visits to the other three organisations over the next few weeks. Her Royal Highness will also take on Patronage of two additional charities as part of her official working portfolio - Smart Works and Mayhew.
(Their first child together is due this spring.) It was previously reported that Harry "wants to escape the goldfish bowl of royal life for the sake of his marriage and his unborn child", according to royal correspondent Rebecca English of The Daily Mail.
Who better to champion higher education than Markle, especially after that speech on women's education that she gave while on her first Australian royal tour. "Mayhew works to improve the lives of dogs, cats and the people in our community".
Buckingham Palace said that "patronages generally reflect the interests of the member of the Royal Family involved". Andrews writes that the duo consider the Cotswold pad as "more of a home" than their current residence, Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace.