Meghan Markle’s final royal engagements before the Sussexes step back from royal life


Before stepping down finally on March 31, The Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK to carry out her final engagements.

Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry will both attend the Endeavour Fund Awards on 5 March, which recognizes

wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans who have gone to use sport as part of their recovery  before she and husband Prince Harry officially step back as senior royals on 31 March.

And on 7 March the Sussexes will be at the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall. The annual event features military musicians from the Royal Marines showcasing a range of musical styles in a West End-worthy spectacular and in 2019, Harry was the guest of honour with his new title of Captain General Royal Marines, which he inherited from his grandfather Prince Philip. 

Like last year, when Meghan hosted a panel discussion at King’s College London with British singer Annie Lennox, model Adwoa Aboah and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, it’s been reported that she will mark the event this year but not further details have been circulated. 

At the request of the Queen The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey with other members of the Royal family. The Commonwealth Day service could be the Sussexes’ final public engagement before they officially step back from royal life on 31 March, but this has not been confirmed.

It’s also possible that Meghan could make stops at meetings and visits with her patronage like;the National Theatre, animal charity Mayhew, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Smart Works and a possible quick stop at a Forces for Change event at London’s South Bank on 7 March, which is scheduled on the same day as the Mountbatten Festival of Music, as a contributor to the best selling British Vogue magazine.

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