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The 74-year-old spoke to ITV's Good Morning Britain in December and said he has "reached out" to Meghan every day but has had no response from her and even hoped that the Queen could help mend the rift.

Her role as patron of the National Theatre was accidentally revealed yesterday on the theatre's website.

In addition, Meghan will become patron of two additional charities: Smart Works, which helps vulnerable women find the skills needed to work, and Mayhew, a grassroots organization active in London and internationally.

'Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex will become Patron of four organisations that reflect the causes and issues with which she has always been associated including the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare, ' the Palace said in a statement. Her Royal Highness feels she can use her position to focus attention on, and make a particular difference to these organisations and, more widely, the sectors they each represent.

Meghan has always been a vocal feminist, working with organizations like One World Vision to learn about the challenges women and girls living in Dubai and Mumbai. She has now passed on the responsibility to the Duchess of Sussex.

These reflect her interest in the arts, access to education, support for women, and animal welfare.

"For the arts, the National Theatre's mission is to make world-class theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring for everyone and to be as inclusive, diverse and national as possible". She plans to visit one of the charities later Thursday, according to Kensington Palace. "I very much look forward to working closely with Her Royal Highness in the years to come".

When it comes to royal mistakes, it's quite a biggie, considering these are Meghan's first-ever royal patronages given to her by the Queen and there was growing interest over what they would be.

"It is a privilege to welcome the Duchess of Sussex as our new patron".

The Duchess has already met with women who have benefited from Smart Works, a charity which helps long-term unemployed and vulnerable women get back into work.

Caroline Yates, CEO of Mayhew said they were "excited" to welcome Meghan as patron.



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