The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in London overnight, visiting one of the four British charities she was announced as patron of hours earlier.
The Duchess of Sussex has been announced as the new royal patron of the National Theatre.
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The newlywed royal is now a patron of four organisations, Kensington Palace revealed in a press release on Thursday.
Meghan has previously spoken in support of championing the arts, and has expressed she wishes to use her position to make a difference to the arts sector.
Meghan Markle visits one of her charities, Smart Works.
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"Meghan made a huge sacrifice by moving across the pond, away from her mom and friends", an insider familiar with the situation told US Weekly.
On the appointment of Meghan to the role, Norris said: "It is a privilege to welcome The Duchess of Sussex as our new Patron".
The duchess already has privately visited many charities during her time in the United Kingdom, the palace said. "This country is still very class-driven and there is a perception, and anything that adds to the perception that this place is not for everyone can be a downfall".
Rumours of a royal rift between the women began swirling after news emerged that Meghan and Harry will move away from Kensington Palace to make their home 25 miles away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Windsor.
In response to the negative press attention, a royal insider told Us Weekly: "Meghan has so much on her plate, between being pregnant and dealing with the public backlash and she's finding the whole situation incredibly stressful".