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Meghan Markle gave ‘inspiring feedback’ during a secret visit to an entrepreneurship course for non-binary girls and young women in the Netherlands in April.

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Meghan Markle visited a non-profit organization that supports non-binary girls and boys during her trip to the Netherlands in April, according to reports today.  The Duchess of Sussex, 40, who now resides in California with her two children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, and her husband, Prince Harry, was in the Netherlands to support the duke in the Invictus Games of 2022.

Meghan Markle visited a non-profit organization that supports non-binary girls and boys during her trip to the Netherlands in April, according to reports today. The Duchess of Sussex, 40, who now resides in California with her two children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, and her husband, Prince Harry, was in the Netherlands to support the duke in the Invictus Games of 2022.

In photographs shared online, a beaming Meghan wore a chic £2,570 sand-coloured Chloé blazer while speaking to children at Project Fearless in Amsterdam.  She made an appearance as a guest trainer to provide 'inspiring and encouraging' comments on the sustainable business case of young people during the group's entrepreneurship course.

In photographs shared online, a beaming Meghan wore a chic £2,570 sand-coloured Chloé blazer while speaking to children at Project Fearless in Amsterdam. She made an appearance as a guest trainer to provide ‘inspiring and encouraging’ comments on the sustainable business case of young people during the group’s entrepreneurship course.

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“Today, Project Fearless, a Dutch non-profit organization serving non-binary girls and boys in Amsterdam, celebrates three years by looking back on its major milestones, from the release of a major documentary to Duchess Meghan’s visit,” Finding wrote. freedom co. -author Omid Scobie on Twitter.

For her outing, the mother-of-two wore a business-ready silk blazer with pocket details and rolled-up sleeves, which she teamed with a black top and matching pants.  Adding a touch of sparkle to her ensemble, Meghan teamed her cream blazer with a dazzling Cartier 'Juste un Clou' necklace, which costs a staggering £13,100.

For her outing, the mother-of-two wore a business-ready silk blazer with pocket details and rolled-up sleeves, which she teamed with a black top and matching pants. Adding a touch of sparkle to her ensemble, Meghan teamed her cream blazer with a dazzling Cartier ‘Juste un Clou’ necklace, which costs a staggering £13,100.

The Duchess kept her hair down and added some glamorous makeup to her features for the secret engagement.  On its website, Project Fearless said that it believes

The Duchess kept her hair down and added some glamorous makeup to her features for the secret engagement. On its website, Project Fearless said it creates “an atmosphere of empowerment and support, giving children room to play without the pressure of perfection, learning to celebrate the falls and victories of others, while building their own resilience and self-confidence, experience varied leadership styles of approachable role models, and discover who they are on their own terms’.

She added that the group is

She added that the group is “closing gender gaps in Amsterdam and beyond with our unique programs for non-binary girls and young women, empowering the generations of today and tomorrow.” Meghan was in the Netherlands in April to appear alongside Prince Harry at his 2022 Invictus Games, and the pair took part in various events together while attending the international multi-sport event.

The games, founded by the Duke, were first held in 2014, for wounded, injured and sick men and women, both in service and veterans.  Meghan's visit to the entrepreneurship course was announced today by the non-profit organization.  The Duchess said of her visit:

The games, founded by the Duke, were first held in 2014, for wounded, injured and sick men and women, both in service and veterans. Meghan’s visit to the entrepreneurship course was announced today by the non-profit organization. The Duchess said of her visit: “Safe and supportive spaces like Project Fearless give girls the opportunity to express themselves, strengthen each other, gain resilience and face new challenges.”

Meghan has long been an advocate for women's rights.  In 2015, she became the United Nations Advocate for Women's Political Participation and Leadership.  In April 2021, the Duchess hosted a panel discussion with members of Girls Inc. and the National Women's Law Centre.  Meanwhile, this year for Women's History Month, Meghan and Harry have awarded grants through their Archewell Foundation to four organizations trying to promote gender equality.

Meghan has long been an advocate for women’s rights. In 2015, she became the United Nations Advocate for Women’s Political Participation and Leadership. In April 2021, the Duchess hosted a panel discussion with members of Girls Inc. and the National Women’s Law Centre. Meanwhile, this year for Women’s History Month, Meghan and Harry have awarded grants through their Archewell Foundation to four organizations trying to promote gender equality.

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