Meghan Markle officially announced as Royal Patron of the National Theatre

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 12, 2019

First spotted in an Instagram photo of her shoe collection that the Duchess uploaded back in her social media, the patterned heels are arguably the boldest footwear the 37-year-old's worn as a member of the Royal Family.

The timing of the announcement was a little off however, and an IT blunder on The National Theatre's website meant that Meghan's patronage was accidentally leaked a day early.

We think you'll all agree that the Duchess of Sussex looked gorgeous as ever at her latest public appearance on Thursday, visiting one of her first royal patronage organisations, Smart Works, in a chic black midi dress and camel trench coat. The other two she is supporting are the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) and Mayhew, an animal welfare organisation.

The newlywed royal is now a patron of four organisations, Kensington Palace revealed in a press release on Thursday.

The duchess also will work to support Smart Works, a charity that helps unemployed women with interview preparation and styling sessions (complete with free clothing), as well as with Mayhew, an global animal welfare charity.

Apart from her new positions with these four organizations, Meghan will continue her work with The Royal Foundation, of which she is joint Patron alongside Harry, Will and Kate.

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Meghan, who is a big animal lover, will also be patron of animal charity The Mayhew. She has taken on more charity work on her plate since.

Former actress Meghan turned stylist for the visit and helped to select clothes for one of the charity's clients, Patsy Wardally.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, attends a garden party at Buckingham Palace on 22 May 2018.

Acknowledging that Meghan is "definitely bothered by all the reports and speculation", the source also claimed that the Duchess of Sussex has been affected by recent reports portraying her as a social climber.

Meghan Markle's résumé just got a major boost.

He added: "The Duchess shares our deeply-held conviction that theatre has the power to bring together people from all communities and walks of life". She's also worked with the United Nations, advocating for women's rights.

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