The Duchess of Sussex set out her royal manifesto today as she announced her patronage of organisations promoting women, animals, education and the arts.
The Duchess of Sussex has been made patron of the National Theatre as well as three other organisations.
In addition, Meghan will become patron of two additional charities: Smart Works, which helps vulnerable women find the skills needed to work, and Mayhew, a grassroots organization active in London and internationally.
Both have hit out at Meghan negatively on social media and in the press and neither reportedly received invitations to her and Harry's royal wedding in May 2018. Her Royal Highness feels she can use her position to focus attention on, and make a particular difference to these organisations and, more widely, the sectors they each represent.
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The patronage, which is now held by the Queen, is likely to suit the duchess, who was an actress before joining the royal family when she married Harry previous year.
Speaking at Smart Works, the Duchess said: "It is not just about donating your clothes, it is about being part of each other's success stories with the tools you give and the interview prep, it is every piece of it".
Joanna Newman, chief executive and secretary general of the ACU, said she was "thrilled" Meghan had become their new patron. "We would like to thank Her Majesty The Queen for her support, and we look forward to working closely with The Duchess as our Patron".
Juliet Hughes-Hallett, its chair and founder, said: "An acknowledged champion of women and their rights worldwide, the Duchess will motivate ever more women to come to our centres and get the job that will transform their lives".
While Mayhew is a grassroots animal welfare organisation.
The former Suits star then helped the ladies in finding outfits for women attending their second dressing, and she also sat in on interview coaching and preparation.