Harry and Meghan mark Commonwealth Day at Canada House in London

Harry and Meghan mark Commonwealth Day at Canada House in London

Markle who has been very outspoken in her support for women's equality and empowerment will be working with young leaders.

Meghan Markle's assistant private secretary Amy Pickerill, has been working for the new royal since January past year, and is now believed to be moving on in the coming months.

Pickerill, who started her career at Kensington Palace as a press spokesperson, has been "instrumental in helping the duchess adjust to her new life in the United Kingdom", per an insider.

Reportedly the Duchess of Sussex has been made vice-president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust she will join her husband Prince Harry, who is president of the organisation, while the Queen is its patron.

Markle also revealed her secret to avoiding the negativity on social media, when the topic of disrespectful comments directed to women in positions of power flood social platforms.

"There were lots of reasons why it was time to make a move, and that [pay gap] was part of it". You understand that your strength includes knowing your vulnerabilities.

Markle said the issue that really stands out to her is the importance of educating girls, the urgency of which has become more evident as she's travelled to developing countries and seen first-hand the conditions for women and girls.

The panel was convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, to mark International Women's Day. She's now the host of the Sunday Project.

The Duchess of Sussex, who is expected to give birth to her first child next month, was snapped arriving at Westminster Abbey wearing a Victoria Beckham fall '19 chain-print dress.

"I love that. So boy or girl or whatever it is, we hope that that's the case with our little bump".

"For men to understand they can be feminists as well".

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