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Meghan Markle’s Speech on Gender Equality and Education in South Africa

During a trip to the countries of South Africa, Princess Meghan gave a passionate speech about gender equality here.

Meghan Markle's Speech on Gender Equality and Education in South Africa

Meghan Markle visited the University of Johannesburg. At the same time, she also attended a round-table discussion and delivered a speech intending to support gender equality.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on a 10-day tour of South Africa since September 23. It is known that this land has a very special place in the hearts of Prince Anh and his wife because ” This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world”. This is also a place to witness the beautiful love of the couple because the first dating and the moment of the romantic proposal took place under the starry sky of Africa.

Meghan Markle's Speech on Gender Equality and Education in South Africa

The Duchess of Sussex wears a Banana Republic beige skirt paired with nude high heels. With gentle makeup and natural loose hair, the royal beauty captured the attention of the crowd.
This is the first time Meghan has returned to Johannesburg after being a sponsor of the school through the Commonwealth Universities Association in January. At the event, the former American actor Meghan had the shared enthusiasm for promoting gender equality in education:

“I am honored to announce three new sources of support for students in South Africa, three universities: the University of Johannesburg, Stellenbosch, and Western Cape University. The goal here is to create an educational environment where gender equality is promoted. Giving all the support to individuals who intend to experience higher education and research, especially women. At the same time, this is also the venue for thematic workshops to help people better understand the importance of gender equality. ”

Meghan Markle's Speech on Gender Equality and Education in South Africa

“When a woman is empowered to pursue the right things, the basic rights, a wave will be replicated, reviving others to act. No word can fully express my joy at seeing things gradually change positively in South Africa. My small contribution to the government and the government has given hope to children who aspire to learn. I hope that together, we can continue the endless source of knowledge and love to create a better world. ”