Meghan Markle likes to think baby Sussex is already a feminist

Meghan Markle likes to think baby Sussex is already a feminist

Meghan Markle likes to think baby Sussex is already a feminist

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have begun royal events for Commonwealth Day with a visit to Canada House in London.

During the service, both Meghan and Kate were seen saying hello, or hola, to different guests and conversing with them, but eventually the two made their way to each other. Duchess Kate is wearing a Catherine Walker coat.

The Royal Family has been a matriarchal system for a while but since they are not overtly supporting Meghan's feminist views, it makes us wonder why the Palace is not more vocal with their support for Meghan Markle's feminism?

The royal fab four - Kate, William, Harry and Meghan - reunited once again.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have met young Canadians who are forging ahead in the fields of fashion, tech entrepreneurship, business and the arts as they celebrated Commonwealth Day.


Kensington Palace has declined to comment on the rumours and claims of extraordinary tension between the couples have not been confirmed.

Meghan chose an all-green outfit for the gathering, including a coat with black beaded detailing on the cuffs and collar by Canadian designer Erdem.

Kate, Meghan and Camilla all showed their respect for the Queen when she entered Westminster Abbey, dipping into a practically synchronized curtsy - however, she wasn't looking in their direction. She paired the look with a couple of beloved wardrobe staples: black Aquazzura slingback heels and a matching Givenchy satin clutch.

Meghan wore Erdem at an event at Canada House earlier in the day. "She agreed to stay for six months to help post-wedding and because Meghan and Harry were hoping a baby would come soon after that and knew they needed extra help".

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth - a global network of 53 countries and nearly 2.4 billion people, a third of the world's population.

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