Meghan Markle Returns From Maternity Leave and She’s Honestly Glowing!

Meghan Markle Returns From Maternity Leave and She’s Honestly Glowing!

Meghan is supporting Smart Works, which aims to help unemployed women regain confidence to succeed at job interviews.

Meghan's maternity leave will come to an end when she proudly shows off the collection created by Jigsaw, John Lewis and Partners, Marks and Spencer and her designer friend Misha Nonoo.

The capsule line includes the shirt, plants, a blazer, a dress, and a purse.

Meghan decided she wanted to create this collection after visiting Smart Works on several occasions and spotting that there was a lack of clothing that would really give confidence to the women trying to get back into work. The new clothing line will benefit her patronage Smart Works - which is a charity that helps women find employment - and during the next two weeks, Markle's design partners will donate one item to Smart Works for every item that customers purchase.

Speaking ahead of the event, Meghan said: "Since moving to the United Kingdom, it has been deeply important to me to meet with communities and organizations on the ground doing meaningful work and to try to do whatever I can to help them amplify their impact".

Memorably, the Duchess donned them during her first public appearance after announcing her pregnancy last fall, when she and Prince Harry arrived in Australia to begin their royal tour of Oceania.

Meghan Markle also wrote about her Smart Works campaign in the latest issue of British Vogue, which she guest-edited.

I thought, this is going to be classics and essentials.
The duchess, who wore jeans to Wimbledon and is said to have the weekly shop delivered by Ocado rather than Harrods, reminded the audience that nearly exactly a year ago she had launched the Together cookbook with the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen those affected by the Grenfell fire. The duchess was joined on stage by Smart Works staff and clients, who recalled her "really getting stuck in" as a volunteer, putting together outfits and regaling clients with tales of her own first job serving frozen yogurt over the counter in Los Angeles. Meghan has been catching up with women she has previously helped to land new jobs after sessions at the charity, .

Smart Works dress at Marks & Spencer, $35. However, the leather tote is already sold out online. She also sported a gold and blue stone bangle on her wrist - another item from Diana's personal collection.

"If you can share that blazer and be part of another woman's success story, that's community".

She added: "She was completely hands-on and got stuck in and some of the women didn't know who she was".

Ms Nonoo said: "The duchess told me what she was thinking in terms of a white shirt, that she wanted it to be tailored".

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