According to Harper’s Bazaar, who was in attendance during Meghan’s final engagement at the Buckingham Palace, she delivered an emotional farewell to all her guests which were consisted of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), Chevening Scholars, Commonwealth Scholar, and an ACU Blue Charter Fellow coming from the 11 Commonwealth countries.
According to Meghan, meeting the students and organizations that help and support higher education is one thing that really meant a lot to her. She said during the private event as Harper Bazaar’s reported that higher education is valuable and important. That’s why it should be accessible to everybody regardless of their background.
Meanwhile, she added that interacting and meeting with other people is near and dear to her heart. She said it’s important to engage with people and that she cares about such things.
In addition, the 38-year-old former actress also shared how she and Prince Harry travel sustainably and this is what he is very passionate about. During her conversation with a Ph.D. student from Kenya, she mentioned that they saw the link between tourism and the fact that much money is going outside Kenya instead of giving back to the communities there. Further, when they went to Botswana, they only had their backpack and pitched a tent.- Advertisement -
Aside from these, Meghan also talked about the present global challenges the world is facing. Based on the couple’s Instagram account, the Duchess spoke with Scholars who are in charge of studying and researching different aspects concerning the environment like cleaning up plastic pollution especially in the oceans, improving health outcomes, supporting economic growth, and more.
Meghan and Prince Harry haven’t revealed their future plans yet but it definitely includes spending more time with their baby, Archie Harrison. In the meantime, the actress is expected to go back to Canada once her final engagement is done. The couple will officially transition out of being senior members of the Royal Family starting March 31.