Duchess of Sussex announces charity patronages

Duchess of Sussex announces charity patronages

She will be patron the National Theatre, a natural fit for the former "Suits" actress, as well as the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Mayhew (animal welfare) and Smart Works, which empowers women and helps them find work.

And it was accidentally revealed by the theatre on Wednesday in a post in the "what's on" section of its website.

The Queen has passed on two patronages to Meghan, relinquishing her formal connection with the National Theatre after 45 years, and with the Association of Commonwealth Universities following more than three decades.

The couple are now living in Nottingham Cottage within Kensington Palace, but according to The Sun, they're also renting a place in the Cotswolds.

"I thought it was great", she added with a laugh.

Despite the claims Meghan is feeling down, she and Harry are expecting their first child in spring.

Meghan, who Wednesday Prince Harry in May, will now assume her role as the royal patron of several charitable organisations.

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The organisation's chair and founder Juliet Hughes-Hallett said "an acknowledged champion of women and their rights worldwide, the Duchess will motivate even more women to come to our centres and get the job that will transform their lives".

"The Duchess of Sussex announced as our new Royal Patron"'. In addition to her stop at Smart Works, Meghan will also call on the other organisations in the coming weeks.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Birkenhead in Merseyside for a number of engagements on Monday 14 January.

In Feb. 2012, Kate made her first patronage visit to the National Portrait Gallery for a private viewing of the works of artist Lucian Freud.

"Meghan has so much on her plate, between being pregnant and dealing with the public backlash and she's finding the whole situation incredibly stressful", the palace insider told US Weekly.

In 2016 the Queen, now aged 92, stepped down as patron from more than 20 national organisations, handing on the roles to other members of the royal family. The truth is that there simply isn't enough room at Kensington Palace for them and I know they have been looking at Windsor as a possibility since before the wedding'.

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