Pregnant Meghan and husband Harry show no signs of slowing down. Just three days after their latest engagement the Palace announced their next one.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the gala performance of The Wider Earth at the National History Museum. The couple will watch the theatrical production in London, on Tuesday, February 12.
The Palace revealed in a statement: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the gala performance of ‘The Wider Earth’ in support of @QueensComTrust and the production’s official charitable partner @QueensCanopy on Tuesday 12th February #TheWiderEarth”
The performance is being staged in support of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.
“The Duke of Sussex is President of the @QueensComTrust, which uses its network, platform and experience to enable young leaders to realise their dreams and hopes for the future: https://www.queenscommonwealthtrust.org, “ the Palace added.
Last year, the Queen has made grandson Harry president of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust. It is a youth charity which provides a platform for young change-makers across the Commonwealth in areas such as education, sport, health and the environment.
As Her Majesty has been head of the Commonwealth since her coronation in 1953, supporting the organisation in this youth leadership role is also seen as a “fitting tribute” from Harry to his grandmother.
During Harry and Meghan’s first Royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, the couple unveiled six dedications to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project was launched in 2015 when an appeal was made to all 53 Commonwealth nations to contribute areas of indigenous forest to be preserved in perpetuity to mark Her Majesty’s lifetime of service to the Commonwealth.