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Meghan joins The ACU to discuss how to build a better world with higher education

Earlier today, The Duchess of Sussex visited King’s College London and joined a discussion with The Association of Commonwealth Countries on how to build a better world through higher education.

The ACU – Building a better world through higher education

University leaders, academics, and international scholarship students came together at an ACU event on Wednesday 5 December to explore how higher education can help build a better world.

Hosted by King’s College London, the event was an opportunity to discuss the role of universities in addressing human trafficking and modern slavery, gender equality and inclusion, peace and reconciliation, and climate change and resilience.

HRH The Duchess of Sussex attended the event and took part in discussions, following her first official speech to students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji in October 2018.

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Meghan Markle wants to ‘focus on helping women in developing countries’

While we are still waiting for The Duchess of Sussex to announce her first patronages, it appears that he main focus will be education for women in developing countries.

YAHOO – Meghan Markle is keen to ‘focus on women in the developing world’ when she announces her first patronages as a royal in the new year, Mail Online reports.

The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly been having secret meetings with a number of organisations, including CAMFED – the Campaign for Female Education – which aims to to eradicate poverty in Africa through the education of girls and the empowerment of young women.

Zambia is one of the countries where the charity works and during his solo visit to the nation, Prince Harry met with members of CAMA, the alumnae network of CAMFED.
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Harry & Meghan attended a Christmas Carol Service in Chelsea

Last night, Harry & Meghan attended a Christmas Carol Service hosted by the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund at St Luke’s Church in Chelsea, West London. Both William and Harry are patrons of the charity, which was created following the death of their friend Henry Von Straubenzee in a car acccident back in 2002.

Meghan gave a reading of the poem Our Deepest Fear during the service. This is the second event Meghan attends in an unofficial capacity in 2 days, as she attended Michelle Obama’s talk at the Southbank Centre and met with her afterwards.


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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex will move to Frogmore Cottage early next year

Every since their engagement last year, Harry & Meghan have been living in Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace. Following their wedding, and the announcement that the Duchess is expecting their first child, the couple has decided to move their house from Kensington to Windsor. Early next year, the Duke & Duchess will move in Frogmore Cottage, which is getting some renovations to transform it into a family home rather than a house for the royal staff. Kensington Palace will still be the couple’s official office, as the official statement explains below:

KENSINGTON PALACE – New Official Residence For The Duke & Duchess of Sussex

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will move to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate early next year as they prepare for the arrival of their first child. The couple have lived at Nottingham Cottage since their engagement last year.

Windsor is a very special place for Their Royal Highnesses and they are grateful that their official residence will be on the estate.

The Duke and Duchess’s office will continue to be based at Kensington Palace.

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The Duchess of Sussex visits the Hubb Community Kitchen in North Kensington

Back in September, The Duchess of Sussex revealed she made regular private visits to the Hubb Community Kitchen to meet women from a community of Grenfell survivors who cooked for their families, friends and neighborhood. Meghan helped them create a cookbook entitlted ‘Together: Our Community Cookbook’, which features more than 50 recipies from these women. HRH wrote a 3-page foreword and hosted a launch party at Kensington Palace on September 20.

Today, The Duchess returned to the Hubb Community Kitchen, who got some bit of a revamp with the £210,000 funds raised by the sales of the cookbook (40,000 in the UK alone, more than 10,000 overseas). Upon arrival, she was greeted by Zaheera Sufyaan, the kitchen coordinator. She then helped prepare 200 meals for the day with the community women and Clare Smyth, Meghan’s wedding reception caterer. The ladies got to see together how the funds have helped making a difference in the kitchen. VIDEO


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