Meghan Markle posts MORE pictures of her doing good works BEFORE she married Prince Harry 

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry.

The images include Meghan in Rwanda in March 2016 with World Vision – which was expanding access to clean water in rural areas – before she met Harry on a blind date four months later.  

Other pictures posted today show the actress visiting university students in London in January 2019 and Harry in Malawi in September last year during the couple’s Africa tour. 

The prince paid tribute to the ‘valuable and vital’ work of women who were supporting schoolgirls through their education during his visit. 

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry. Pictured above is the actress on a trip to Mbandazi primary school in Rwanda in March 2016 - just months before she met Harry on a blind date. While at the African school, she taught pupils how to paint with watercolours with help from a newly-installed pipeline

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry. Pictured above is the actress on a trip to Mbandazi primary school in Rwanda in March 2016 - just months before she met Harry on a blind date. While at the African school, she taught pupils how to paint with watercolours with help from a newly-installed pipeline

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry. Pictured above is the actress on a trip to Mbandazi primary school in Rwanda in March 2016 – just months before she met Harry on a blind date. While at the African school, she taught pupils how to paint with watercolours with help from a newly-installed pipeline

Another picture shows her at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019, during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of the continent

Another picture shows her at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019, during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of the continent

Another picture shows her at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019, during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal tour of the continent

Meghan was also pictured in India in 2017 with World Vision where she advocated for gender equality, highlighting girls’ lack of access to education and speaking with activists who work to improve access to girls’ latrines in the south Asian country. 

Another picture shows her at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019. 

The Sussex Royal account posted the images saying: ‘Today, on International Day of Education, we highlight the importance of access to education for all. The Duchess of Sussex has focused on this both prior to becoming a member of the Royal Family and now as patron of The Association of Commonwealth Universities.  

‘Working closely with CAMA, both The Duke and Duchess recognise the benefit both personally and to society at large when a young girl has access to education. On their recent tour to Southern Africa, The Duke supported the initiatives of @Camfed on the ground in Malawi. 

In 2017 Meghan visited India as a World Vision Global Ambassador where she advocated for gender equality. The actress focused on highlighting girls’ lack of access to education, speaking with activists who work to improve access to girls’ latrines

In 2017 Meghan visited India as a World Vision Global Ambassador where she advocated for gender equality. The actress focused on highlighting girls’ lack of access to education, speaking with activists who work to improve access to girls’ latrines

In 2017 Meghan visited India as a World Vision Global Ambassador where she advocated for gender equality. The actress focused on highlighting girls’ lack of access to education, speaking with activists who work to improve access to girls’ latrines

The Sussex Royal account posted the images saying: 'Today, on International Day of Education, we highlight the importance of access to education for all'. Harry is pictured above in September last year meeting the Cama Choir in Malawi during the couple's Africa tour

The Sussex Royal account posted the images saying: 'Today, on International Day of Education, we highlight the importance of access to education for all'. Harry is pictured above in September last year meeting the Cama Choir in Malawi during the couple's Africa tour

The Sussex Royal account posted the images saying: ‘Today, on International Day of Education, we highlight the importance of access to education for all’. Harry is pictured above in September last year meeting the Cama Choir in Malawi during the couple’s Africa tour

Meghan was pictured in India in 2017 with World Vision and at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019

Meghan was pictured in India in 2017 with World Vision and at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019

Meghan was pictured in India in 2017 with World Vision and at an Association of Commonwealth Universities event in South Africa in September 2019

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry

‘Over the years, The Duchess has worked in developing communities, such as in Rwanda and India, to find the hindrances to girls’ ability to go to school and furthermore to stay in school. These can include lack of access to clean water, stigma surrounding MHM, cultural taboo, and many more reasons….

‘As President and Vice President of The @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, The Duke and Duchess thank all those who are working to give access to education for all.’

While visiting Mbandazi primary school in Rwanda, Meghan had taught pupils how to paint with watercolours with help from a newly-installed pipeline, World Vision reported. 

The Instagram posts came amid reports that Meghan told her inner circle of friends she is planning to give her first interview to US host Ellen DeGeneres after the two became close.

‘Ellen and Meghan have already discussed a sit-down interview. That’s been in the works for quite some time now,’ a source at the Ellen Show told DailyMail.com.

The two met by chance years ago at a dog shelter in Los Angeles where Ellen encouraged Meghan to adopt her first dog Bogart, and the women have stayed in touch.

Ellen and her wife Portia de Rossi even took a trip to London to visit Prince Harry and Meghan after the birth of Archie over the summer, remarking on her talk show: ‘I see them get attacked and it’s not fair. They are two of the most down-to-earth compassionate people, they’re doing so much good for the world.’

It was also revealed recently that Harry and Meghan’s bid to trademark the Sussex Royal brand was blocked following a complaint from an Australian doctor. 

The opposition was submitted by Benjamin Worcester, who lives in Victoria, Australia, but it thought to have worked as an NHS doctor from 2011 to 2014.

It is not known why the Melbourne-based doctor filed the notice, but the move could see Harry and Meghan forced into a contracted legal battle.  

 

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