Meghan isn’t showing signs of slowing down, although she may be about to enter her third trimester.
The Duchess of Sussex is about to have three consecutive engagements in a row. She’s already popped in on two of her new patronages and now Meghan has visits lined up to the remaining patronages.
Meghan will start with the National Theatre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The Palace revealed that “The Duchess of Sussex will make her first visit as Patron to the @NationalTheatre on Wednesday 30th January.”
As a former actress, Meghan will explore the work the organization does. She will also meet those who keep things going behind the scenes.
“The visit will explore the organisation’s work, and see The Duchess meet some of the talented teams and apprentices working behind the scenes.”
Before leaving, the pregnant royal will be treated to a War Horse-inspired performance by primary school children.
The following day on Thursday 31 January, Meghan will visit the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Kensington Palace’s statement reads: “The Duchess of Sussex make her first visit as Patron of the @The_ACU on Thursday 31st January to meet students and academics from across the ACU’s network of 500 university members. The ACU helps to advance knowledge, promote understanding, broaden minds and improve lives.”
It’s her first visit as patron. But, Meghan already attended an ACU meeting, at the end of 2018. She discussed with educators, academic leaders and students how colleges and universities can address and tackle real-world issues including human trafficking, gender equality, and climate change.
The event was held at King’s College for the ACU (Association of Commonwealth Universities), an inter-university network for schools across the British Commonwealth.
Meghan’s new patronage said, in a tweet, that it was looking forward to her latest visit when it will showcase how the ACU is building a better world through higher education”.
On Friday, February 1, husband Harry will join Meghan for one more engagement. The couple will tour Bristol with two stops listed on the itinerary.
Kensington Palace said the royal couple will ‘learn more about the city’s rich cultural history’.
Harry and Meghan will take part in a walkabout to meet the locals before visiting organisations that support the community.
The Sussexes will visit the recently renovated Bristol Old Vic theatre. They will also visit the Empire Fighting Chance, a boxing club that aims to fight the impact of deprivation on young people’s lives through boxing.