The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined a Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT) conversation on fairness, justice and equal rights on July 1st 2020.
Harry and Meghan, in their respective roles as President and Vice-President of the QCT spoke with young leaders from the QCT network about why issues of injustice matter for us all today, the opportunity to come together to make a difference and the role young people play in driving systemic change for the better.
Meghan wore an off-white lightweight blouse and small pendant necklace. I will update the post if they are identified.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Homeboy Industries Bakery & Café in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Meghan and Harry helped prepare meals alongside the charity's team of volunteers.
Meghan wore a relaxed white button-down shirt, blue jeans, and accessorized with gold bracelets. There are not enough high resolution photos to identify any of the pieces so below I curated Meghan's collection of white shirts.
The Duchess of Sussex recorded a video message for students graduating from her former school, Immaculate Heart High School, in Los Angeles.
Meghan used the opportunity to share a powerful message that Black Lives Matter following the “absolutely devastating” death of George Floyd.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined a video call with Crisis Text Line staff this week to thank them for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic and offer words of encouragement.
Ricky Neal, who works for Crisis Text Line in Atlanta, took to social media on Thursday to share a photo of a staff Zoom call where Meghan and Harry joined in as guests.
Meghan wore a button down shirt, possibly her Misha Nonoo Husband Blue & White Stripe Shirt.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have marked Archie’s first birthday by posting a video (shot by Prince Harry) of Meghan reading ‘Duck! Rabbit!’ to the birthday boy.
It was posted by Save the Children in support of its campaign to raise funds for families struggling due to the coronavirus crisis.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
SHORTS: White shorts.
BRACELETS: Meghan wore a stack of bracelets. One appears to be the Links of London 'Sweetie' charm bracelet.
The black and white beaded bracelet appears to be the one Meghan was gifted in Melbourne.
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise video call to a young woman who has been supported by her patronage Smart Works.
Meghan spoke to the aspiring psychologist on March 27 ahead of her internship interview and offered some words of encouragement from her home in Los Angeles.
The Duchess of Sussex has appeared in a featurette for Disneynature’s “Elephant” movie which was recorded last summer.
Narrated by Meghan, “Elephant” follows African elephant Shani and her spirited son Jomo as their herd make an epic journey hundreds of miles across the vast Kalahari Desert, from the Okavango delta to the Zambezi river, just as countless generations of their ancestors have done before.
Meghan wore a crisp white shirt and her Suetables 'Shirley' Virgo Pendant Necklace along with the Suetables 'Vanessa' Taurus Gold Charm Necklace.
Meghan and Harry were seen out again delivery meals to people with life-threatening illnesses in Los Angeles for the Project Angel Food charity.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
PANTS: James Perse Army Green Mixed Media Jersey Pant (US$245).
CARDIGAN: Meghan was also spotted (photo here) wearing a Stella McCartney Draped cable-knit wool and alpaca-blend cardigan.
SHOES: Adidas 'Stan Smith' Sneakers (repeat).
HAT: Project Angel Foods baseball cap.
Meghan and Harry have spent two days with Project Angel Food delivering meals to people with life-threatening illnesses in Los Angeles. The non-profit organisation prepares and delivers medically tailored food to people suffering from chronic illnesses and the have been overwhelmed during the Coronavirus pandemic. TMZ shared a video of the couple wearing caps and face coverings while dropping off meals to residents in need.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
SHIRT: Possibly the Frank & Eileen 'Eileen' White Italian Linen Shirt (repeat).
SHOES: Adidas 'Stan Smith' Sneakers.
In the footage the logo appears black but Meghan owns a pair with a green logo. The low resolution of the images may be rendering the green as black.
Adidas does offer their Stan Smith sneakers in white with a navy logo.
HAT: Project Angel Foods baseball cap
Earlier this week The Duchess of Sussex, in her role as Patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), met Commonwealth Scholars, Chevening Scholars and an ACU Blue Charter Fellow from 11 Commonwealth countries at Buckingham Palace before they all attended the Commonwealth Day Service on Monday.
The event marked Meghan's final solo engagement as a working royal.
Sussex Royal shared a short clip of the event on their Instagram page.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
DRESS: Scanlan Theodore navy crepe knit cravat dress (US$600). ID by @HeavenQRF.
EARRINGS: Sophie Lis Fallen Star Hoop earrings (Â£450). ID by @Solidmoonlight.
SHOES: Aquazzura Purist 100 navy suede pumps (Â£450). ID by @HeavenQRF.
HANDBAG: Navy leather clutch bag with top handle (unidentified) - the design is very similar to her custom navy Dior 'Bee' satin pouch but Dior have denied ownership of this piece. Meghan first carried the bag in Fiji during the 2018 Oceanic tour.
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