Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have shared five never-before-published pictures of the Duchess of Sussex while still heavily pregnant of Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor. The touching snaps depict the Meghan paying visits on different occasions to one of the first charities she has become the patron of, Smart Works. The organisation works with vulnerable and unemployed women to help them entering again the job market. In one snap, she can be seen hugging one of the people helped by the organisation.
In others, she is spotted speaking to members of the charity’s team around a table or among racks full of clothes she is examining.
And in the last, sweet picture, Meghan is seen donning a dress showing her heavily pronounced baby bump, leading to think the picture has been taken during the last stage of the pregnancy.
The pictures have been shared on Instagram as the Duchess of Sussex announced her next project, to be launched later in the year, to further support Smart Works.
Together with Marks & Spencer, John Lewis & Partners, Jigsaw and her close friend and designer Misha Nonoo, Meghan will launch as “a capsule collection of more classic options for a workwear wardrobe”, as she explained in an article for the September issue of British Vogue she co-edited.
Meghan Markle has published five never-before-seen pictures (Image: SUSSEXROYAL/INSTAGRAM)
Meghan Markle visiting Smart Works (Image: SUSSEXROYAL/INSTAGRAM)
Meghan and Harry explained what the project consists in also on their Instagram page.
They wrote alongside the pictures: “Spotlight on: Smart Works
“We are proud to be supporting a very special initiative this autumn for @SmartWorksCharity!
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Meghan Markle became patron of this organisation in January (Image: SUSSEXROYAL/INSTAGRAM)
“After quiet visits to Smartworks over the last year, The Duchess was moved by the impactful work being done by this non-profit organisation that helps women into the workforce, equipping them with both the skills and clothes they need to feel job-ready.
“Throughout her visits she noticed that while the donations were plentiful, they were also