Meghan Markle: I hope my baby will be a feminist

Yolanda Curtis
March 12, 2019

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, watch a musical performance at Canada House, the offices of the High Commision of Canada in the United Kingdom, during an event to mark Commonwealth Day, in central London, on March 11, 2019.

It has been reported that Meghan is losing her third member of staff as she prepares to become a mum for the first time.

Referring to recent reports that she is making feminism trendy, Meghan added: "For me, I think the idea of making the word feminism trendy, that doesn't make any sense to me personally, right?"

That embryonic kicking of feminism is surely being felt around Kensington Palace at the moment and we can't but help love the idea.

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According to The Sun, Meghan's right-hand woman Amy Pickerill, who was appointed as her secretary previous year is set to leave her position. Her husband Prince Harry is president of the group.

Whether the duchess can affect meaningful change in the Commonwealth through her work with the QCT remains to be seen, but it's clear she's determined to try. "They will stay in touch and Amy will remain as a personal adviser to her in the longer term".

"Seeing Meghan Markle wear the NONIE Trench Dress. with such elegance and grace is beyond exciting!"

Meghan gave her creation of syrup cooled in snow to a nine-year-old girl Elodie-Rose Duguy-Inegebese, after offering the sweet treat to a little boy who had declared he had already had seven.

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Ent Daily has contacted a representative for the Duchess of Sussex for comment.

Last November, I disclosed that Meghan's PA, Melissa Touabti, had quit less than six months after the American actress married Prince Harry.

Ms Pickerill, who had joined the team following the royal wedding, had been expected to replace the Duchess's private secretary Samantha Cohen who also recently revealed that she will depart once the baby is born.

January 16: Meghan and Harry attended the Cirque du Soleil's "Totem" show at London's Royal Albert Hall, an event aimed at raising awareness and funds for Harry's Sentebale charity.

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