Duchess Meghan Visits Women's Center In Vancouver
On Tuesday, Meghan Markle continued her philanthropic efforts at the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre in Vancouver, Canada. This outing marked the first time the Duchess has stepped out since news of the Sussex royal exit was announced.
Duchess Meghan stepped out for the first time since the news of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "stepping back" from their senior royal duties broke one week ago. With Meghan already back in Canada with Archie, she stepped out to the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre in Vancouver to discuss "issues affecting women in the community," according to People.
Meghan Markle visits women's centre in Vancouver
The community center in Vancouver provides support and basic necessities to over 500 women and children in the area every day. They shared a photo to their Facebook page with the caption, "Look who we had tea with today! The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited us today to discuss issues affecting women in the community."
Duchess Meghan loves Canada
The Duchess is all smiles while posing in the middle of the group of women. Just hours before her visit with the center, photos obtained by the Daily Mail showed Meghan bundled up boarding a seaplane heading to Vancouver. With Canada having been home to the Duchess for seven years before she married Prince Harry, Canada has had a special place in both Harry and Meghan's hearts.
Archie has remained in Canada since the holidays and it is unsure at this point when Harry will be joining his wife and son.