Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s organisation Archewell released a photograph showing the Duchess of Sussex preparing Thanksgiving meals for vulnerable women.
Meghan Markle is no longer a working royal
Meghan to speak on ‘power of women’ at event lavish US event
Meghan Markle will speak on the “power of women” at a lavish charity event in the US tonight which has seen guests pay $5,000 for a table for ten.
The event, named ‘The Power of Women: An Evening with Meghan’ will involve the Duchess of Sussex, who lives in California with her husband Prince Harry, interviewed on stage by Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first woman rabbi ordained by the Reconstructionist Judiasm movement.
The event is being organised by the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana – a non-profit body which helps local woman experiencing hardship or disadvantage.
The online description for it states: “Women’s Fund is proud to welcome Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, to Indianapolis.
“The Duchess is a mother, feminist, and champion of human rights. She is a lifelong advocate for women and girls, a constant thread she weaves through humanitarian and business ventures. Rabbi Sandy Sasso, an acclaimed writer and community leader, will serve as moderator for the evening.
“Rabbi Sandy Sasso is the first woman rabbi ordained by the Reconstructionist movement and previously served at Beth-El Zedeck in Indianapolis.
“Tables for Power of Women are available for purchase to groups and organizations that support the mission of Women’s Fund.”
Prince William ‘between rock and hard place’ over who to support in England vs Wales match
Prince William is “between a rock and a hard place” for England’s World Cup showdown against Wales this evening, a royal expert has told Express.co.uk.
Royal Family branding expert, Professor Pauline Maclaran of Royal Holloway, University of London, told Express.co.uk ahead of the England v Wales match taking place later tonight: “Prince William is stuck between a rock and a hard place in relation to his support of either team tonight and he will have to navigate it very carefully.
“He has supported England all his life, so would be deemed hypocritical if he changed his allegiance now.
“And, of course, he is unlikely to do so in his role as president of the FA since 2006, never mind his own enthusiasm for the sport!”
But, any perception of Prince William failing to support the Welsh side would leave him “open to lots of criticism”.
This would be particularly poignant “in terms of a lack of identification with his new role”, according to Professor Maclaran.
Prince William is the President of the FA