Meghan Markle has clearly been given the seal of approval by the Queen.
The Awards began in 2014 and were launched by Prince William and Prince Harry to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.More news: Denmark and France through to World Cup last 16 after goalless draw
"I am also incredibly grateful that the woman I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, of which she too is hugely excited to take part in".
On Tuesday, Markle and Prince Harry stepped out for the Queen's Young Leader's Awards- an organization started by the queen to recognize outstanding achievements by young people - held at Buckingham Palace. "They said the important thing was that I get better".
Meghan, 36, wore her brunette hair down in a bouncy curly blow-dry, as she cupped her hands in her lap. Coincidentally, his surgery occurred days after he made headlines for posing in a number of staged paparazzi photos, in where he gazed at online news stories about Meghan Markle. After starting out as friends - and Kate teaching Meghan royal protocol - the Duchess of Cambridge has started to feel threatened by all the attention Meghan is getting.More news: Superhero suit complaints? Try wearing heels, Evangeline Lilly tells male co-stars
It's been announced that the new Duchess of Sussex will fill in for Her Majesty to present awards to young people across the Commonwealth who have done "exceptional" work in their respective countries.
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