Meghan Markle is standing with young leaders today to champion gender quality and inclusion across the globe.
For the occasion, she wore a BOSS by Hugo Boss red lambskin pencil skirt, paired with a cranberry v-neck sweater. Look vaguely familiar? It’s because it is. Markle wore the same skirt in a forest green one year ago, in October 2018, during her first official visit to Sussex as the Duchess.
The Duke of Sussex (a.k.a Prince Harry) joined his wife for the roundtable discussion. Alongside the couple, One Young World Ambassadors and 10 young leaders pushed for support of gender equality-based initiatives. Young leaders from countries including South Africa, Nigeria and Bangladesh examined the impact of inclusivity in tackling community challenges – a cause Markle has championed throughout her royal life.
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Having attended the 10th Annual One Young World opening ceremony on Tuesday, The Duchess of Sussex was joined today by The Duke of Sussex for a round table discussion on gender equity with OYW and Queen’s Commonwealth Trust young leaders. Over the last few days, these young leaders became @OneYoungWorld ambassadors with the intention to return to their communities and further existing initiatives to help change the world for the better. This year OYW partnered with the @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, of which The Duke and Duchess are President and Vice-President respectively, to provide scholarships to young leaders driving positive social impact in the Commonwealth. This was the most exciting collaboration between two groups The Duchess is passionate about and has been working with for some time. For more information and highlights from the week and how you can support these incredible leaders and their initiatives, visit @OneYoungWorld Photo © SussexRoyal / PA
The Summit follows One World Youth’s partnership with Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, of which duchesses and duke are president and vice-president. Together, the royal duo work to provide scholarships to Commonwealth youth that advocate for social change within their communities.
As if we needed another reason to love them.
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