Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have surprised royal fans after revealing details of another royal appearance.
- The pair attended the annual Commonwealth service on Monday, which was thought to be the last time they would be seen in an official capacity.
- But they surprised fans by revealing details of a secret meeting they had last week, where they met with leaders from the Queens Commonwealth Trust (QCT).
- This follows royals news that Prince Harry showed support for Meghan in a very subtle way during their last royal engagement.
The Sussexes are just weeks away from the official date for their split from the royal family, so it’s no wonder they’ve had a busy few days during their return to the UK.
As well as their public appearances, it seems Harry and Meghan also had time to have some meetings behind close doors. The pair have just shared details from a QCT discussion they hosted at Buckingham Palace, where they discussed mental health, equal opportunities for all and the importance of driving positive change in the world.
Pictures of the meeting were shared on the couple’s official Instagram page, alongside the caption, ‘Sharing an outtake from filming last week for @Queens_CommonWealth_Trust (QCT) as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with young leaders in their roles as President and Vice President.’
For the meeting, Meghan stunned in a Preen by Thornton Bregazzi midi dress, which is currently still available on Net-A-Porter for £925. However, we found an equally classy dress in the same Toffee colour for just £69 at Hobbs.
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A video of the encounter was also shared on the QCT official Instagram page, with the caption, ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex @sussexroyal, President and Vice-President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT), recently hosted a conversation with young leaders from the QCT network, who each work with the Trust across its three pillars of champion, fund and connect.
‘The group met at Buckingham Palace to discuss mental health, equal opportunities for all, and the importance of supporting youth leadership to help address global challenges and drive positive change around the world.’