Last night, Meghan Markle traveled to the Midwest to take part in a Women’s Fund of Central Indiana fundraiser for women’s empowerment. She shared the stage with Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first female rabbi ordained by the Reconstructionist movement in Judaism, at a gathering titled “The Power of Women.”
Meghan radiated beauty at the charity event in an emerald Giorgio Armani midi dress and suede Manolo Blahnik pumps. She finished off her ensemble with a Logan Hollowell necklace that has the birthstone of her son Archie.
The Duchess of Sussex’s work supporting women and girls was consistent with the appearance. Women’s Fund of Central Indiana advisory board chair Tavonna Harris Askew said in a statement prior to the event that the organization “believes in the force of women’s voices, women’s experiences, and women’s work.” “Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, is also aware of this, as we are. We are grateful that she will be with us on this special evening as we honor our shared belief in the strength of women.”
The Women’s Fund expressed their excitement to have Meghan visit Indianapolis on their website, saying, “The Duchess of Sussex is being welcomed to Indianapolis by Women’s Fund, which is honored to do so. The Duchess is a feminist, mother, and supporter of human rights. She has been a lifelong supporter of women and girls, and this advocacy runs through all of her business and humanitarian endeavors.”
The first season of Meghan’s podcast Archetypes concluded this week, and she thought back on the discussions she had while producing the twelve episodes. I don’t know what I had anticipated, but what has emerged for me has been enlightening, she said. “Moreover ironic. I feel seen even though this format is only audio, since I use my voice every week and you can hear my thoughts without any visuals. I never thought about how I would feel when using my voice. Though I do.”
A Netflix docuseries focusing on Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, is scheduled to debut the following week.