10 March, 2018
Meghan Markle might not be a royal quite yet, but she's already using her powerful podium to inspire the masses, with a particular focus on the feminist issues that are most important to her.
When they came to a group of school children, Harry began asking them about their hopes for the future and when 10-year-old Sophie Richards said she wanted to be an actress he took her over to meet Meghan.
Ms Markle, 36, and Prince Harry will Wednesday on May 19 at St George's Chapel in Westminster, with the Archbishop of Canterbury also leading that ceremony.
Markle was reportedly confirmed straight after being baptised into the Anglican Church.
Markle and Harry, who announced their engagement in November 2017, are set to Wednesday on Saturday, May 19, at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It is unclear if Meghan's parents, Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle, were present for the occasion. She also ran her own blogs, starred in several different fashion campaigns and was involved with many charities both at home and overseas.
The apprenticeship scheme for 16-24-year-olds, designed by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, is aimed at developing the next generation of sports coaches. Prince Harry told female students Tara Vooght and Lauren Bull, both 15, who hope to become engineers, "It's a great choice, we want to get away from [the idea] that it's all men in overalls and oily rags". Welby also said that Markle's divorce from former husband Trevor Engelson has been addressed and is "not a problem", according to TownandCountryMag.com.More news: Two dozen arrested in brawl ahead of Richard Spencer speech