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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex attend the premiere of the Cirque du Soleil’s TOTEM

Tonight, Harry and Meghan attended the London premiere of the new show from Cirque du Soleil, entitled ‘Totem’ at the Royal Albert Hall in London. They met with the performers before watching the show with the audience.

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL’S TOTEM Journey into the Evolution of Mankind
TOTEM follows the human species from original amphibian state to ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve on a stage, evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many ancient civilizations. TOTEM explores the ties that bind Man to other species, his dreams and his infinite potential.


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The Duchess of Sussex Visits The Mayhew Animal Welfare Charity

Last week, it was announced that The Duchess of Sussex was to become the Royal Patron of the animal welfare charity Mayhew. Today, as Patron, she visited the centre in London. The Mayhew works to improve the life of dogs and cats and the people of our community, whether it’s in London or worldwide.

Meghan met with TheraPaws volunteers (TheraPaws is an animal therapy programme working on improving their wellbeing), officers from the charity and she met a few dogs – current residents or ex-residents – including Minnie who was put to adoption on this very day. VIDEOVIDEO



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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex visit Birkenhead

Earlier today, Harry & Meghan visited the city of Birkenhead for a day packed with engagements. They began their day in Hamilton Square, where they unveiled a plaque and a statue celebrating the 100th anniversary of the death of British poet Wilfred Owen. Following the unveiling, The Duke & Duchess greeted the public during a walkabout. VIDEOVIDEOVIDEO


Then they visited a community cafe and market called Number Seven, developped by Feeding Birkenhead, with a mission to eliminate hunger in the UK. They ensure everyone can access affordable and good quality food. VIDEO

Later in the aftenoon, the couple visited Tomorrow’s Women Wirral, a charity which supports women to make positive lifestyle choices and changes. The Duke and Duchess got to meet many women and unveiled a plaque before departing for their final engagement. VIDEO

They ended their day by visit The Hive Wirral Youth Zone a place where young people can come and enjoy themselves and enables young people to raise their aspirations and confidence to create a happier and healthier generation. They watched a group of kids dancing and unveiled a plaque.


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The Duchess of Sussex visits Smart Works

Following the announcement of her patronages, Meghan visited Smart Works in London. Smart Works is a charity which helps unemployed women gain the courage and confidence by training them for job interviews and then getting back into work. The Duchess got to meet some women benefitting from the charity and even got to help a one of them choose an outfit!


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The Duchess of Sussex becomes the patron of four organizations

This morning, Kensington Palace finally announced Meghan’s first patronages! The Duchess’s main focus will be education, the arts, helping women and animal welfare. Here is a description of each organization, and for more information, visit our page on Meghan’s patronages.

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex will become Patron of four organisations that reflect the causes and issues with which she has long been associated including the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare.

Her Majesty The Queen has passed on two patronages to The Duchess of Sussex –The National Theatre and The Association of Commonwealth Universities. The Queen has held the roles for 45 and 33 years respectively. Her Royal Highness will also take on Patronage of two additional charities as part of her official working portfolio – Smart Works and Mayhew.

The Duchess is delighted to become Patron of both national and grassroots organisations that are part of the fabric of the UK, and is very much looking forward to working with them to bring wider public attention to their causes. Her Royal Highness feels she can use her position to focus attention on, and make a particular difference to these organisations and, more widely, the sectors they each represent.

For the arts, the National Theatre’s mission is to make world class theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring for everyone and to be as inclusive, diverse and national as possible. In support of access to education, the Association of Commonwealth Universities is the world’s first and oldest international university network and the only accredited organisation representing higher education across all 53 Commonwealth countries.

With regards to supporting women, Smart Works helps long-term unemployed and vulnerable women regain the skills, confidence and tools to succeed at job interviews, return to employment and transform their lives. In terms of animal welfare, Mayhew is a grassroots charity working in a unique way to improve the lives of animals and people to better communities both in London and internationally.

Over the last year, Her Royal Highness has held meetings and conducted private visits with each of these organisations. The Duchess will today visit Smart Works and over the next few weeks will undertake public visits to the other three organisations.

Source: The Royal Family

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