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Meghan Markle has popped up again in Vancouver to support a feminist climate change group called 'Justice for Girls' as 5,000 miles away her husband prepares for his first public event since they sensationally quit as royals.
The Duchess of Sussex visited campaigners who said the former Suits star, who donned a cashmere sweater she wore on the show, discussed 'issues affecting women' including how rising global temperatures and the justice system 'disproportionately' hits women and girls around the world.
Her latest appearance was on Tuesday afternoon, after she visited the Downtown Eastside Women's Center in Vancouver by sea plane having lefty Archie with his nanny at the family’s £10.7million bolthole on Vancouver Island, but was only publicised on the 'Justice for Girls' Twitter account last night.
Today it emerged she broke cover at the vulnerable women’s centre after a ‘mysterious’ email from a Hotmail account arrived asking if she could visit drop in. It came from Meghan's 'assistant’ - not a royal aide, according to the centre's boss Kate Gibson.
The Duchess has carefully controlled media access at three engagements since she and Harry announced they would ‘amend their media relations policy’ to cut out the established press and communicate directly with the public. Last week selected photographs of the Sussexes visiting a community kitchen set up after the Grenfell Tower disaster were shared via their Instagram account.
Zoe Craig-Sparrow, Co-Director at Justice for Girls, said they were honored to have Meghan join them on Tuesday
She said: 'The Duchess met with our Co-Directors as well as representatives from our Board of Directors and staff. The Duchess put everyone at ease and had a really engaged discussion with us for 90 minutes about our work and the rights of teenage girls who live in poverty. We were honored that she chose to have this conversation with us and is interested in the work we do'.
The group adds that climate change is a threat to the lives and cultural rights of these girls and the charity is campaigning to stop the continued use and development of fossil fuels.