Last month, Meghan and Harry appeared in their first joint video call since they moved out of Tyler Perry's mansion in Los Angeles, and into their forever home.
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The Duchess of Sussex spoke to the women, Karla, Charlene and Agnieszka, in September via video conferencing call from her new home in Santa Barbara, California. Advertisement Though most of the artwork is cut off in the video frame, viewers can see the bottom portion, which reads "I love you, California", and shows the claws of a bear.
She went on to say: "As women so often it's so easy to forget all of your skills and assets".
"Not that they're not there, but you need someone to point them out for you and say, "Yeah that's right". The former "Suits" star looked stunning in a low ponytail, white blazer and brown top.
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"That's so true" Meghan responded. "That's charity as we know it today".
However, when he and wife, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, left their senior royal lives behind, the 35-year-old Duke of Sussex also lost the titles as well.
About the collection Smart Works CEO Kate Stephen said that it has been a revolution for their wardrobes. "The collection has elevated the Smart Works experience for so many of our clients and the generosity of our supporters means we'll be able to continue supporting women with pieces from the collection for the year ahead as well".
"We've talked about Harry and Meghan".
And shared how Meghan and Prince Harry "shopped themselves around" before signing £112m Netflix deal.