On Christmas Eve, the royals are expected to do a walkabout in Sandringham, as the event is a royal tradition and will this year offer fans another glimpse at Markle's growing bump. "Grateful to HRH The Duchess of Sussex for sharing her insight", King's College wrote on its Twitter page on Thursday.
In addition to the equality issue, the group discussed issues such as climate change, peach and reconciliation, as well as human trafficking and modern slavery - two causes also very close to Princess Eugenie's heart.
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The royal mom-to-be wore a dark outfit for the occasion, while styling her dark tresses down. She reportedly jotted down notes on a pad during the discussion.
The duchess chose the Lover's Knot, a diamond and pearl encrusted piece that dates back to 1914, previously preferred by her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.More news: Saudi Arabia doesn’t need U.S. permission to cut oil output - energy minister
The event follows her speech to students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji in October.
She said: "As a university graduate, I know the personal feeling of pride and excitement that comes with attending university". From the moment you receive your acceptance letter, to the exams you spend countless late nights studying for, the lifelong friendships you make with your fellow alumni, and the moment you receive your diploma.More news: Sully the service dog visits Bush’s casket in the US Capitol
Coincidentally, Michelle had just recently spoken to Good Housekeeping about what advice she would offer Meghan if given the chance. It's hard enough to get women to talk about their periods, but for a prince of England to get up in a church and actually say the word "period" and "menstrual health" while addressing the congregation...to me it is a big deal. Providing them with access to education is the key to economic and social development.
In the same speech, the Duchess raised the female students up, saying: "When girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures". The service raises money for the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, a charity named after Harry's friend who passed away in 2002.More news: Kate and William visit military personnel at RAF base in Cyprus