Duchess Meghan Markle launches clothing line to help jobless British women


Meghan is royal patron of the charity that provides women with training and interview clothes.

But when pressed about the issue, she responded: "No comment, no comment, no comment, no comment".

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She also mentioned the similarities between the Smart Works collaboration and that of the Together cookbook, released to help the Grenfell victims: women's empowerment.

'This is her first official engagement after having had her baby, [and] it's all about empowering women, all about what she has essentially always sought to do, ' Misha said. The royal rounded off her look by wearing a pair of butterfly earrings previously worn by Princess Diana during a trip to Canada on May 3, 1986, a year after she gave birth to Prince Harry. 'She's really interested in empowering women around the world'.

"She added: "When you buy any item in the Smart Set Capsule Collection for Smart Works, the same item will be given to a Smart Works client, and with it, the confidence and support she needs to enter the workforce and take an important step in building a career".

Meghan Markle has taken four months off for maternity leave and now she's back in front of the camera
Meghan Markle has taken four months off for maternity leave and now she's back in front of the camera

The duchess reciprocated a similar post sent by Harry to mark her 38th birthday last month.

'She looked handsome and relaxed and comfortable, and I think it's really essentially who she is, ' Misha said of Meghan's choice of ensemble - which resulted in a surge in sales of the Husband shirt. That person of course is her best friend Serena Williams.

For every item sold from the "Smart Set" collection in collaborating stores, one will be donated to Smart Works for underprivileged women to access.

Ms Nonoo said Meghan is committed to using her platform to lift up other women and this focus would be central to her upcoming 10-day royal tour in Africa.

"It's also the same vein of work that my husband and I will continue doing - really strong community based projects - and this is something that we will be excited to be able to share more about next year when we launch our foundation, Sussex Royal, in 2020". - The Duchess of Sussex Created in September 2013 with the goal to help unemployed women regain the confidence that may have been blurred during more hard times, Smart Works provides invaluable support in these women's return to employment and towards transforming their lives.

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