At the event, the Duchess discussed how higher education can tackle issues such as modern slavery, gender equality and climate change with a number of university leaders, academics and global scholarship students.
Limited photos of the event meant royal fashion fans struggled to identify the chich outfit worn by the Duchess - but they have now been revealed. The organization is near and dear to Harry, who is a patron of the charity along with his brother Prince William.
During the event, which was sponsored by the Association of Commonwealth University (ACU), Markle engaged with professors, scholarship students and leaders in conversations surrounding a number of things Markle is passionate about, like gender equality, ending modern slavery, solutions to human trafficking, peace and reconciliation and climate change.
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All the while, she stayed in the good graces of the White House, even as Tillerson was increasingly on the outs. Trump told reporters last month that Nauert was "excellent", adding, "She's been a supporter for a long time".
"As my wife said many years ago when working on menstrual health and health education, this is not about periods but potential", he said, referencing Meghan's visit to India with World Vision in January 2017 to highlight the importance of breaking the stigma surrounding menstruation. Sunday Times royal commentator Roya Nikkhah reported the news on Twitter and shared pictures of the event's program, which lists Meghan as a reader.
In that speech, the Northwestern University alum announced two new grants for women for the University of the South Pacific and Fiji National University, perhaps a sign of the collaboration to come.
Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her "personal feeling of pride and excitement" when she studied for her degree. "The journey of higher education is an incredible, impactful, and pivotal one", she said.