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Meghan Markle breaks silence over ‘personal struggles’ during charity visit

Meghan Markle engaged in a “heartfelt conversation” during a solo visit to a charity on a surprise trip to Canada.

The Duchess chatted about “personal struggles” with interns, staff and board members at Justice For Girls – a non-profit charity which helps young people in poverty.


Harry and Meghan have traveled to Vancouver to promote the 2025 Invictus Games which is set to take place in the city.

Meghan last visited the charity in 2020 and today took part in a roundtable chat to discuss girls’ and young women’s leadership.

The Duchess chatted about ‘personal struggles’ with interns, staff and board members at Justice For Girls

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Justice for Girls published pictures of the interaction on their social media and shared details of one particular conversation the Duchess of Sussex had with two of the charity’s interns.

The organisation said: “Justice for Girls was delighted to have a return visit from Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex.

“Joined by Jessica Lake and Lauri Thompson from the Lake family’s All One Fund, we had an engaging and heartfelt conversation about justice and equality for teen girls living in poverty in Canada and around the world.

“Together with our teen interns, staff, directors, and board members, we talked about Justice for Girls’ decades of work advocating for girls’ access to education, freedom from violence, Indigenous rights, and environmental justice.

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“A highlight of our conversation was the focus on girls and young women’s leadership. A feminist advocate from a young age herself, The Duchess was keen to chat with two of our teen interns to discuss their personal struggles for justice.

“Her genuine and understanding approach left the girls feeling heard, supported, and inspired.”

Her visit came hours after she and Harry were spotted at a National Hockey League (NHL) game in Vancouver.

The Invictus Games, which the duke founded in 2014, will be held in Vancouver and Whistler in 2025.

Meghan last visited the charity in 2020 and today took part in a roundtable chat to discuss girls’ and young women’s leadership

Instagram/ @justiceforgirls_canada

Meghan also surprised guests at the Variety Power Of Women event in Los Angeles, which celebrates the accomplishments of women in entertainment.

Touching on possible future projects, she told the audience: “We have so many exciting things on the slate… I can’t wait until we can announce them, but I’m just really proud of what we’re creating.

“My husband is loving it too which is really fun.”

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