Meghan Markle hit the headlines with a powerful new speech calling on young girls and women to challenge “injustices” within society.
The Duchess of Sussex hosted a panel discussion in collaboration with Girls Inc and the National Women’s Law Center.
During the chat, she encouraged participants to stand up for what they believe in.
According to Meghan and Harry’s official website, Archewell, she was pondering the actions of historical female leaders.
Meghan Markle News: What did the Duchess talk about?
An update on the website stated, “The Duchess has pondered the impact throughout history of groundbreaking women whose stories can move us to hit the moment.”
“[She also] asked the girls to share which past and present female characters encourage them to challenge injustice. “
Meghan also sent a message to a school in England where she encouraged students to join her community.
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The contribution continued: “In addition, in March the Duchess sent an important message to the students at Robert Clack School in Dagenham, England, whom she attended for International Women’s Day 2020, on how they can continue to pave the way for a more compassionate future through Embrace the community. “
After all, it was said that this was all part of Meghan’s mission to “uplift women and girls”.
It states, “This work continues as part of the Archewell Foundation’s commitment to building compassionate communities that empower women and girls.”
It added that it is also “a reflection of the Duchess’s longstanding advocacy for advocacy for justice since childhood”.
What did Meghan and Harry say about the service?
This happens after Harry and Meghan make a statement about the service.
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They vowed to continue to serve others despite stepping down as high-ranking kings.
Buckingham Palace confirmed: “Following discussions with the Duke, the Queen has confirmed in writing that it is not possible to continue the responsibilities and duties associated with a life of public service by withdrawing from the work of the Royal Family .
“The honorary military appointments and royal patrons of the Duke and Duchess will therefore be returned to Her Majesty before being redistributed among the working members of the royal family.
“While everyone is saddened by their decision, the Duke and Duchess remain very beloved family members.”
To which Harry and Meghan replied: “As their work over the past year has shown, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex remain committed to their duty and service in the UK and around the world and have offered their continued support to the organizations they have regardless of official role represented.
“We can all lead a life of service. Service is universal. “
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