Meghan Markle, 40, is an active advocate for women's rights and often speaks publicly to defend women around the world. Yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex attended The New York Times DealBook, an online summit on how women can achieve economic and professional equality.
To participate in the discussion, Megan chose a restrained image. She wore black pants, a cashmere top, and classic pumps. On her chest she had a brooch in the shape of a red poppy, which is a symbol of memory of the victims of the First World War. Such a memorable decoration is often worn by members of the royal family, with whom Megan, apparently, still identifies herself.
The Duchess of Sussex continued her recent discussion about the introduction of paid parental leave in the United States. Recently, the Duchess wrote a letter to the US Congress, in which she appealed to the Congressmen with a request to consider this issue and take the necessary measures.
Meghan also admitted that she is still looking for discount coupons when shopping online. This habit was formed in her in childhood, and over the years, according to her, its values have not changed.
I will never buy anything online until I first find a promo code,
Said the duchess.
Megan has already said that from childhood she was used to working. She started her first “business” at the age of eight – Megan made hair ties.
My mom used to go downtown to buy scraps of fabric at the store, and I sold rubber bands. I remember this feeling of realizing that I did something, invested in myself and made a profit for my work. This gave rise to a sense of pride. This couple of hundred dollars gives you a sense of not only accomplished goal, but also a sense of self-satisfaction.
– she shared.