The Duchess of Sussex spent ten years working in television but her training is in theatre.
Markle, 37, who is pregnant and expecting this spring, also revealed that she's been working with Smart Works for months now. Unfortunately, it was all made a little more public when she got engaged to Prince Harry.
Describing her as a "quick learner" and "happy to take guidance" to adapt to her new life in the royal family, the insider explained that Meghan is a "different kind of boss than Kate".
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Kensington Palace made the announcement on Thursday, explaining that these charities were chosen to "reflect the causes and issues with which [Meghan] has always been associated including the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare".
"I thought it was great", she added with a laugh.
"Over the previous year, Her Royal Highness has held meetings and conducted private visits with each of these organisations", Kensington Palace said.
On Wednesday The National Theatre published and then swiftly deleted a post on its website announcing the Duchess of Sussex was its new royal patron.
She'll also become patron of four organisations that reflect the causes she's always been associated with including the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare.
Previously, Markle has served as a U.N. Women's Advocate, Global Ambassador for World Vision and advocated for better access to feminine hygiene products in developing nations. An acknowledged champion of women and their rights worldwide, the duchess will motivate ever more women to come to our centres and get the job that will transform their lives.
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