Praise for the newest royal was near unanimous, with one member of the congregation saying she had spoken "very clearly" during a powerful performance.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted leaving the church by a side door, before climbing into a waiting auto. During her royal tour of Fiji with husband Prince Harry in October, the Suits alum delivered a speech about women's education.
During the event, Markle and guests discussed human trafficking and modern slavery, gender equality and inclusion, peace and reconciliation, and climate change and resilience, according to the ACU's website.
The meeting followed hot on the heels of Michelle's sage advice, directed at Meghan, about coping with her public role in an interview with Good Housekeeping magazine.
"As a university graduate, I know the personal feeling of pride and excitement that comes with attending university".
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Roberts also said that Bush's family will continue to carry his devotion to service . "He's a amusing man", she said. She said Bush believed "service was all important and conveyed that to his children".
The Duchess of Cambridge left drinkers at a local pub speechless when she popped in with daughter Princess Charlotte to use the toilet.
Meghan said: "Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly the education they have the right to receive". The pair continued to chat about their charitable endeavours with a focus on educational programmes for women in less economically developed countries.
The couple haven't been seen for a couple of weeks so fans were keen to catch a glimpse of Meghan's pregnancy bump as she stepped out in a royal blue dress from Serephina maternity.
While attending the event, which was held at St. Luke's Church in the Kensington neighborhood of London, both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made speeches. "Because when girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures, not only for themselves but also for those around them". The ceremony was hosted by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, a charity honoring Prince Harry and Prince William's late friend.