Speaking to the audience of about 140 students and activists, Meghan spoke on how it's ones choice to engage with social media.
The Duchess of Sussex has become vice-president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, the organisation has announced. The wife of Prince Harry - who is heavily pregnant with her first child - looked incredible at the event, wearing a monochrome 60s-style shift dress from high street store Reiss which is priced at £185.
Anne McElvoy, Senior Editor of the Economist, acted as chair for the panel.
She has played a major role in helping Meghan adjust to royal life, including helping her organise her charity projects, including the cookbook the Duchess published to raise money for families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
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"It's our responsibility to make a choice on what we click on, we make a choice of what we read, we make a choice of we engage in, that's our personal decision to not be there for negativity, to be more positive and action based".
The Duchess revealed that she does not read newspapers or engage with Twitter.
Gillard agreed and added: "If we can talk about how gender equality gives everybody more choices and more options, then it can be more inclusive, globally". It's amusing, I've actually been joking in the past few weeks.
"I loved that - boy or girl, whatever it is, we hope that's the case". During her whistle-stop tour of Morocco, with Prince Harry by her side, she told a group of female executives and entrepreneurs: "Women have to challenge everywhere in the world".