Meghan Markle forced to rush home to Archie from fashion event

Lawrence Kim
September 13, 2019

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle had a fitting tribute to Princess Diana as she returned to work this week. "I've got to get back to the baby - it's feeding time", the royal mum said. - The Duchess of Sussex Created in September 2013 with the goal to help unemployed women regain the confidence that may have been blurred during more hard times, Smart Works provides invaluable support in these women's return to employment and towards transforming their lives.

The trip, which Meghan undertook with her and her husband Prince Harry's son Archie was, according to sources, spur of the moment, with an insider confirming to The Times it was a "last-minute trip" and Meghan was "excited to support her friend, and then come back".

At the event, Meghan discussed the importance of women empowering each other.

However, while she happily defended her close pal against public criticism, Misha once again refused to confirm the many rumors that she was the matchmaker behind Meghan's first blind date with Harry, 34, in July 2016.

When asked if their relationship had changed at least logistically, however, she said, "I definitely can't speak about logistics".

Employment agency shared their verdict, calling the Smart Set Capsule Collection "simple, polished and elegant".

'She looked lovely and relaxed and comfortable, and I think it's really essentially who she is, ' Misha said of Meghan's choice of ensemble - which resulted in a surge in sales of the Husband shirt.

See, Meghan is a royal patron of Smart Works, a charity service which aims to help unemployed women get jobs by making sure they look and feel their best. "She is the consummate professional and it was extraordinarily easy to collaborate on this project".

The Duchess of Sussex, 38, has officially ended her maternity leave after giving birth to son Archie in May, and marked the occasion by heading to a fun fashion show in London.

Amelia Mendoza, a Smart Works trustee who also volunteers for the charity, said during the duchess' private visits to the organisation they had worked together, helping to dress clients for interviews.

'Here at Misha Nonoo, our mission has always been to provide women everywhere with a stylish work-ready wardrobe.

The line includes professional attire such as a blazer, pants and tote bag. At the launch, the duchess reported she had "just been told in the car" that the John Lewis bag was already sold out online.

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