Harry and Meghan announce Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund
Meghan Markle, 41, looked beautiful in a beige turtleneck top as she appeared in a new video with Prince Harry.
In today’s surprise video, Meghan wore a £145 camel sleeveless turtleneck from the Malibu-based brand, Bleusalt.
Its description reads: “On its own or as a layer, this classic style brings a flair to whatever you wear. The Sleeveless Turtleneck has a turtleneck that stays up. Banded at the bottom for a looser fitting body. Pairs perfectly with any bottom.”
The Duchess wore loose flared trousers in the same caramel shade as the rest of her neutral outfit, adding many gold embellishments to appear more glamorous.
The mother-of-two accentuated her beautiful features with a glowy foundation, a coral pink blush, and rose lipstick while her glossy brunette hair fell over her shoulders in delicious waves.
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One Twitter user said: “Love the draping on Meghan’s neckline.” Another fan, @Coolgirlk22 wrote: “Meghan is stunning.”
The beige top and skirt outfit was slim-fitting and looked beautiful on Meghan.
Her top was sleeveless, with a high neck and her skirt reached well below the Duchess’s knees.
Meghan accessorised with lots of gold bracelets and small hoop earrings.
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The Duchess, who turns 42 on Friday, looked chic in her beige outfit, especially because fans have not seen her in a while.
Meghan wore delicate gold earrings, while the Duke sported a smart-casual style in a pair of brown chinos and a white shirt.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex surprised a group of young leaders during a series of phone calls from their home in Montecito.
The Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund (RTYPF), a new initiative that aims to give young people the tools they need to advocate for the improvements they want to see in technology, has the Archewell Foundation, run by Harry and Meghan, as a member of its advisory group.
A total of $2million (£1.5million) will be given to 26 youth-led initiatives to assist their efforts to create a more inclusive, egalitarian, and accountable digital ecosystem.
Harry and Meghan could be seen beaming as they called to congratulate some of the young leaders who had been selected in a video released by the RTYPF.
At the end of one of their calls, Harry said: “Thank you for doing everything that you do, our kids especially are incredibly grateful.”
Meghan added while laughing: “They don’t know it yet, but they will!”
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