The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have appeared in the inaugural television special of the 'TIME 100'. TIME magazine recognises 100 pioneers, artists, leaders, icons and titans who have had the most impact in 2020.
The couple urged viewers to vote and take action for the future.
To mark the first anniversary of the Smart Set fashion collection, the Duchess recently joined clients of Smart Works via video to talk about their experiences with the women’s employment charity and how it has transformed their lives.
Meghan wore a her white Altuzarra 'Acacia' Blazer and a brown silk camisole.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited children at the Assistance League of Los Angeles Preschool Learning Center to help them replant the center's garden, and instil the importance of healthy eating.
The visit took place on the anniversary of Princess Diana's death, and seeds of her favourite Forget-Me-Not flowers were planted in her memory.
Assistance League of Los Angeles has been improving the quality of the lives of at-risk children and families in Los Angeles since 1919. A spokesperson for the royal couple said; "Everyone got their hands dirty digging holes for the new plants and seeds and making sure they were secure with enough soil. The kids especially were excited to water the new garden with elephant shaped watering cans."
MAKERS has posted an exclusive "backyard chat" between the Duchess of Sussex and Gloria Steinem, filmed earlier this month by world-renowned entertainment photographer Matt Sayles.
The pair discussed representation, and why each vote matters. The Q&A will be published tomorrow.
Meghan looked chic in a simple white tee, teamed with striped trousers, and black strappy sandals (complete outfit details below).
On Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex volunteered with Baby2Baby, a LA based non-profit organisation, which provides local families and kids living in poverty with necessities like diapers, wipes and clothes.
The event was the first to be held in conjunction with the Los Angeles Unified Schools District as students start the 2020-21 school year in a distanced learning format. Alongside family essentials, Harry and Meghan's visit to Dr Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary saw the couple hand out school supplies.
A source said that, despite the heat ”everyone was in great spirits”, adding: “The kids were eager to receive their books and supplies and Meghan and Harry did what they do best – engage and connect with the crowd.”
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
SHORTS: Anthropologie Liza Utility Shorts in Moss Green.
SHOES: Adidas 'Stan Smith' Sneakers (repeat).
FACE MASK: Royal Jelly Harlem blue seersucker mask (US$15).
Earlier this week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen's Commonwealth Trust leaders via video link for an inspiring conversation on the power of social media and how young people are resetting the digital world for good:
Meghan wore a patterned sleeveless dress with wide straps. I will update the post if it is identified.
This afternoon the Duchess joined a "couch party" organised by When We All Vote - a non-partisan orgnization that encourages Americans to vote.
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, held a video chat with Emily Ramshaw, The 19th’s Co-Founder and CEO, to ask her about creating a transformative newsroom centered on gender equity during The 19th Represents.
The 19th Represents is the inaugural summit of The 19th, a new nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy. Meghan conducted the interview from her new home in Santa Barbara.
The Duchess of Sussex joined a line up of inspiring female leaders today to speak at the virtual Leadership Summit organised by Girl Up.
Meghan shared a special message to the attendees via a recorded video link which you can watch below:
The Duchess wore a cobalt blue sleeveless trapeze top or shift dress. Meghan's Mirror suggests the Adam Lippes Pintucked silk crepe de chine top.
Another possibility is the Banana Republic A-Line Shift Dress in Blue Macaw.
I don't think we will know for certain unless Meghan wears it again!
We also got a glimpse of her Cartier 'Love' Yellow Gold Bracelet and a new Monica Vinader Linear Bracelet.
Pictures obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show the Duke and Duchess of Sussex out in Beverly Hills on Friday afternoon.
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.
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