Prince Harry and Meghan's incredible gesture for budding young actress

  • Prince Harry and Meghan's incredible gesture for budding young actress

Prince Harry and Meghan's incredible gesture for budding young actress

I will never forget this day."After essentially launching Richards' acting career, Markle then gave her a warm hug".

The 33-year-old British royal and 36-year-old American actress spoke with young people Thursday during an official royal outing in Birmingham, England. Do you think she's a natural with her royal duties?

She's been sticking to a uniform of smart coats and pants for her royal engagements, but today Meghan Markle did mix things up with a subtle change to her hair.

Looking down, she said: "I can tell the difference between you two - by your shoes".

A week after breaking royal protocol to highlight the importance of #MeToo and Time's Up, the royal-to-be is once again bending the rules for a good reason-and on International Women's Day, no less.

'It creates a classic, elegant look and perfectly balances her stunning facial features'.

Catherine wore a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown for her wedding day, while Princess Diana chose a frothy, silk taffeta 80s design by David and Elizabeth Emanuel.

Prince Harry and Markle-who are set to tie the knot on May 19-spent IWD in Birmingham, various public events including one where they'll work with an organization called Stemettes, which is created to greater exposure young women and girls to careers in STEM fields.

Her soon-to-be-husband couldn't be more excited to pursue their passions together and make the world a better place. "We're a fantastic team, we know we are, and we hope to over time try and have as much impact for all of the things that we care about".

Markle's words of encouragement and hugging that little girl prove how she already takes her role of inspiring and uplifting others seriously.

Lauren-Mae Sparrow, 13, caught the interest of Prince Harry after telling an audience she aimed to be an army officer engineer, winning a round of applause as she said: "Should our gender define who we are and what jobs we are allowed to do?"